Progesterone Use to Reverse the Effects of Mifepristone

  title={Progesterone Use to Reverse the Effects of Mifepristone},
  author={George Delgado and Mary L Davenport},
  journal={Annals of Pharmacotherapy},
  pages={1723 - 1723}
  • George Delgado, Mary L Davenport
  • Published 2012
  • Medicine
  • Annals of Pharmacotherapy
  • Objective: To present a series of cases demonstrating successful reversal of mifepristone effects in women who chose to reverse the medical abortion process. Case Reports: Four of 6 women who took mifepristone were able to carry their pregnancies to term after receiving intramuscular progesterone 200 mg. Discussion: Mifepristone has been available in the US since 2000. By 2008, approximately 25% of abortions prior to 9 weeks were accomplished with mifepristone. Some women who take mifepristone… CONTINUE READING

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