Facts you need to know before taking the Abortion Pill

The Abortion Pill is not 100% safe.

Serious, and sometimes fatal, bacterial infections and excessive bleeding have occurred in women who took the abortion pill. [1, 2]

The Abortion Pill is not 100% effective.

Taking the abortion pill does not guarantee that your pregnancy will be terminated or that the abortion is complete. This could result in an ongoing pregnancy, follow-up surgery, or serious complications requiring immediate medical attention. [3]

Serious side effects may mask deadly infection.

The abortion pill is a potent drug that can cause significant side effects, such as fever, vomiting, diarrhea, and severe cramping. These symptoms may or may not be associated with septic shock, a potentially fatal complication that has caused death within one week after medical abortion. [4] [5]

Drug interactions can increase your risk.

Serious adverse drug reactions can occur if you are taking another medication that negatively interacts with the abortion pill. This could change how your medications work and increase your risk for serious side effects. [6-8]

U.S. Supplier of the Abortion Pill has a shady past.

The Chinese pharmaceutical company that manufactures the abortion pill was found distributing contaminated and tainted drugs to the U.S. in 2008. [9]

Abortion Pills on the internet are dangerous.

A recent study found that abortion drugs purchased online and manufactured overseas were “damaged”, had “pinprick-sized holes”, were not the correct dose, were not tested for contaminants, and were sold by vendors under active investigation for fraud. [10]

Abortion Reversal is possible.

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Footnotes

1. Gary, M.M. and D.J. Harrison, Analysis of severe adverse events related to the use of mifepristone as an abortifacient. Ann Pharmacother, 2006. 40(2): p. 191-7.

2. Sitruk-Ware, R., Mifepristone and misoprostol sequential regimen side effects, complications and safety. Contraception, 2006. 74(1): p. 48-55.

3. Chen, M.J. and M.D. Creinin, Mifepristone With Buccal Misoprostol for Medical Abortion: A Systematic Review. Obstet Gynecol, 2015. 126(1): p. 12-21.

4. Fischer, M., et al., Fatal toxic shock syndrome associated with Clostridium sordellii after medical abortion. N Engl J Med, 2005. 353(22): p. 2352-60.

5. Tan, Y.L., et al., Acceptability and feasibility of outpatient medical abortion with mifepristone and misoprostol up to 70 days gestation in Singapore. Eur J Obstet Gynecol Reprod Biol, 2018. 229: p. 144-147.

6. Khan, K.K., et al., Differential oxidation of mifepristone by cytochromes P450 3A4 and 3A5: selective inactivation of P450 3A4. Drug Metab Dispos, 2002. 30(9): p. 985-90.

7. Sitruk-Ware, R. and I.M. Spitz, Pharmacological properties of mifepristone: toxicology and safety in animal and human studies. Contraception, 2003. 68(6): p. 409-20.

8. Zanger, U.M. and M. Schwab, Cytochrome P450 enzymes in drug metabolism: regulation of gene expression, enzyme activities, and impact of genetic variation. Pharmacol Ther, 2013. 138(1): p. 103-41.

9. Times, N.Y., Tainted Drugs Tied to Maker of Abortion Pill. January 31, 2008.

10. Murtagh, C., et al., Exploring the feasibility of obtaining mifepristone and misoprostol from the internet. Contraception, 2018. 97(4): p. 287-291.

11. Delgado G, C.S., Davenport M, et al, A case series detailing the successful reversal of the effects of mifepristone using progesterone. Issues Law Med, 2018. 33: p. 3-14.