What if someone told you there was a chance to reverse the worst decision of your life but you only have 72 hours to do so?
Would you want to know?
New science has discovered a way that medication abortions can be reversed if measures are taken within three days of the pill.
But doctors may not be allowed to tell you.
In the days after an abortion many women experience regret and wish they could take back this tragic decision.
Now, in the case of women who have taken the abortion pill, there is actually a new treatment that can completely reverse its effects.
A doctor can prescribe a high dose of progesterone within 72 hours to reverse the process.
But for some reason, pro-abortion politicians don’t want women to know about this.
In fact, Democratic Kansas Governor, Laura Kelly, recently vetoed the “Abortion Reversal Bill” which would have told women about this life-saving treatment.
It seems the supposedly “pro-choice” side doesn’t want choice at all.
Kansas is one of the four states in current, very heated debates over similar legislation. The other three are Georgia, North Carolina, and Oklahoma.
The bills in question would determine “whether doctors and clinics should be required to tell patients about this option,” according to CBN News.
Praise God for the seven states that have already passed bills informing women of their options.
More information on this can be found at the Americans United for Life website.
Kansas Senate President Susan Wagle holds the contrasting view from Governor Kelly, realizing that the bill would simply empower women by allowing them “to make an informed decision about their pregnancy.”
Obviously, this option being made available doesn’t inhibit a woman from choosing abortion.
But in the case that God grips their heart fast enough to repent of that choice, they may have the chance to reverse one of the worst decisions of their life.
This miracle solution was developed by two doctors: George Delgado and Matthew Harrison and has led to 500 births and an estimated 150 on the way nationwide — births that would never have happened otherwise.
CBN News reports that women who want more information about abortion reversal can call the “round-the-clock hotline (877-558-0333) that links with 400 medical practitioners across the country who can prescribe the progesterone needed to reverse their abortion within the crucial 72-hour window.”
Dr. Delgado published a peer-reviewed study in 2018 following the story of 754 pregnant women on whom RU-486 (the abortion pill) had already been administered.
All of these women desired to change their choice. The anti-abortion pill was given. 68% of the women were able to continue pregnancy and deliver a healthy baby.
“The study found no increase in birth defects, compared to the general population. It also found that the women enjoyed a lower preterm delivery rate than the general population” (CBN News).
Even still, arguments rising from opposition say more research is needed in order for this to be safe enough for medical professionals to be allowed to prescribe.
So much for the decision being between a woman and her doctor.
Governor Kelly is still under the impression that “it’s not adequately supported by medical science” and therefore the government should prevent women and doctors from making this choice.
Advocates for the abortion reversal say “no woman who questions her chemical abortion after she’s taken the first pill should feel that she must continue it and they argue that the results over the last 12 years along with the peer-reviewed study should encourage women who want to use the treatment and save their child.”
President of Heartbeat International, Jor-El Godsey, is also overseeing the Abortion Pill Reversal Network and Hotline.
His opinion on the matter, also based on actual phone calls he has received, calls the option “an absolute lifeline to the very woman who needs our help most. No woman should need to finish an abortion she regrets — especially when there may be time to save her child’s life.”