When 27-year-old Amrita Kaur took abortion pills to end her pregnancy, she experienced instant regret.
Now, she can’t imagine life without her little girl, who is healthy and thriving thanks to the abortion pill reversal protocol that saved Kaur’s baby’s life.
“I believe it is so important for women to have access to this [treatment],” the happy mother told The Epoch Times recently. “This has definitely lit a fire in me to share awareness of pregnancy, the [abortion] reversal pill … and how abortion isn’t as easy as just taking a pill.”
Kaur, who is from Warwickshire, England, said that she was initially devastated when she found out she was pregnant.
“All my life plans and goals started going through my mind,” she said. “My eyes instantly filled up, and I cried for 20 minutes going through the things that I would never be able to do again if we kept the baby.”
Yet she and the baby’s father did not take the decision about whether to keep the baby lightly.
“The weight of this decision was so, so heavy for us,” Kaur said. “We both cared about each other and didn’t want to feel like each other was forced to do anything, but we also didn’t want to tiptoe around our beliefs.”
As family members encouraged them to make their own choice, the couple reached out to the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS), preparing a list of questions to ask to address their moral concerns.
However, after waiting a week to hear back from someone, the woman they spoke with seemed uninterested in anything except obtaining abortion pills for Kaur.
“We had a list of questions ready, and the lady on the phone did not answer one,” Kaur explained. “As soon as she heard the dad’s voice, she asked him to leave and simply said that it’s either I want the tablets or not. Out of fear of it becoming too late to get an abortion, I said yes. Within a couple of days, the abortion pills were at my door.”
Fearfully, Kaur waited several days to take the pills as she tried to do research on other women’s experiences. Facing financial insecurity, unemployment, and pressure from friends, she decided to take the pills.
“Within seconds, I was overwhelmed with regret,” she said.
Kaur began to research abortion pill reversal, but was worried that she could only get her hands on the treatment in the United States.
She called BPAS, but she was only assured that the feelings were “normal” and that if she was not bleeding, she “should be fine” and did not need to take the second pill.
“I didn’t feel they took my urgent situation seriously,” she said.
Thankfully, she found Dr. Dermot Kearney, a pro-life doctor in the U.K. who was able to help her through the abortion pill reversal process and gave her the support she needed.
Within an hour of contacting the doctor’s office, Dr. Kearney had returned her call and sent the necessary progesterone pills to the nearest pharmacy.
“Dr. Dermot was very caring and understood my worry and pain,” she said. “The following morning, I started to lightly bleed and took the pill.”
Dr. Kearney, the former president of the U.K. Catholic Medical Association, also referred Kaur to a pregnancy support service.
The worried mother was able to undergo the reversal protocol that Dr. Kearney and others advocate to counteract chemical abortion yet is not yet FDA approved and criticized by pro-aborts as dangerous, despite its many success cases like Kaur’s.
Although Kaur struggled with guilt for attempting abortion and potentially harming her baby, her 8-week doctor’s visit confirmed the little girl was developing healthily.
Baby Ahri-Storm Kaur Garrett was born in November 2021 to an adoring mother who loves life with her “little cheerleader.”
“I am incredibly grateful that I was lucky enough to find Dr. Dermot and reverse my decision, as I could not imagine my life without my little girl now,” she explained.
“My view on pro-life is that fetuses are living, no matter how far along someone is … I think there needs to be a lot more information out there about pregnancy, the side-effects of the abortion pill, and the reality of having a child; not just the negative view.”
Kaur has since gone back to university and is finishing her degree. She was able to meet Dr. Dermot in person when Ahri-Storm was two months old and later wrote a statement of her experience to help support his mission to rescue babies and women from abortion.
“Having a baby does not change your life for the negative,” she explained.
“My advice is to not hold onto guilt … once you have a baby, it will always work out, as you have this protective fire to provide for your child,” she said. “The reality is that you are still your own woman, not just a mom, and have the ability to do anything you want to do. You just have a little cheerleader with you at all times!”
Praise God for the life of this little girl and the strength and determination of her loving mother! Let us pray for the hearts of all expectant mothers as well as those who have already experienced abortion, that they would find comfort, support, and redemption as well.
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