Abortion Reversal Treatment Saves More Than 100 Babies’ Lives

Baby XII(The Federalist) A North Carolina doctor has developed a treatment that can reverse chemical abortions, providing an option for women who regret taking the abortion pill.

Since Dr. Matthew Harrison developed the Emergency Abortion Pill Reversal Kit, he has saved over 137 babies who were born without any complications, Fox 46’s Bill Melugin reported. Currently, there are 76 pregnant mothers who were able to stay pregnant after using the kit.

“It’s exciting, mainly because I see it empowering these women,” Harrison told Fox 46. “I mean they were in a hopeless and dark place at one time, they thought there wasn’t any hope.”

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  • http://www.slowlyboiledfrog.com/ DavidHart-slowlyboiledfrog.com

    It is worth noting that Dr. Harrison is not an OB/Gyn. This started out with a Fox station in Charlotte and then spread. In point of fact, a pharmaceutical abortion requires two pills taken several days apart. Harrison (who is active in the pro-life movement) requires patients to subscribe to this treatment within 72 hours which would be prior to taking the second pill.

    The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists issued a statement to the effect that the results are probably the same, with or without the intervention, if the second pill is not taken. They further advise that progesterone in this quantity can cause significant adverse effects.

  • Nidalap

    Well now! Sounds very pro-choice! 🙂