Thousands of people who attended the St. Augustine March for Life heard Sara DeJulio’s testimony of saving her baby from the abortion pill. Introducing her smiling 9-month-old daughter, she said she was her sweetest gift, a reminder of what she almost lost. DeJulio encouraged the crowd to look into abortion pill reversal.
Several months ago, a young women tried to abort her baby by taking the RU-486 abortion pill at West Alabama Women’s Center. The abortion staff negligently failed to provide any follow-up or continued care, only providing information which stated that “there would be some bleeding and cramping.”
Months later, she felt movement inside. Wondering if it was just her imagination, she went to a pro-life pregnancy center hoping to confirm that she was not pregnant. After an ultrasound examination, she emerged smiling, holding photos of the 21 week “miracle baby” she had tried to abort.
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FOX 46 anchor Bill Melugin in Charlotte, North Carolina, recently interviewed Autumn Barnes, who took the first pill (mifepristone) of the RU-486 abortion pill regimen and regretted it, wondering if there was some way to reverse the process. To her relief, she found Dr. Matt Harrison, a creator of the Emergency Abortion Pill Reversal Kit, who administered progesterone injections in an attempt to reverse the effects of the pill. Barnes later delivered a healthy baby boy. The news report states that there are 300 physicians in the abortion pill reversal network, and as of the date of the video, 137 babies had been born thanks to the reversal.