Tag: essure tissue damage

10
Nov

FDA Approves Bayer’s Essure Study Despite Deaths

Recently, the FDA approved Bayer’s Essure study despite the deaths and permanent injuries to thousands of women. Once the Essure side effects toppled the 10,000 women mark, the FDA insisted that Bayer conduct a study on the safety of their permanent birth control device. This report was released to the FDA in March 2016 and was subsequently approved on September

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13
Sep

The Women Who Became Pregnant On Essure

Essure was marketed to many women as an alternative to tubal ligation. Bayer marketed this dangerous medical device and stated that the failure rate was 0.5%. However, as many women had the misfortune of discovering through personal experience, the rate of failure is actually almost 10%. As an “alternative” to a tubal ligation, the true failure rate is almost ten

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23
Aug

How An Essure Lawyer Can Help You

Essure, a popular birth control implant device manufactured by Bayer, was marked as a “safe and effective” birth control option for women who did not want to have children, but also did not want to have to undergo a tubal ligation. Since it’s FDA approval in 2002, more than 10,000 women have stepped forward with injuries caused by Essure. Common

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11
Aug

Essure Is Still On The Market, Despite Terrible Complications

Essure, an alternative form of birth control that involves implanting a metal coil in the fallopian tubes, is linked to several medical complications, some of them life-threatening. Although the device is more than 99 percent effective at preventing pregnancy, it may also cause serious side effects, including painful periods and intercourse, ectopic pregnancy, and even death. Contact a Essure injury attorney

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2
Aug

Essure Permanent Birth Control: What You Need To Know

Essure is a permanent birth control method that involves placing a small metal coil in the fallopian tubes of a patient. After a period of time, scar tissue begins to grow around the coil, blocking sperm from traveling to, and fertilizing, the egg. Essure’s manufacturer claims that the device is 99 percent effective at pregnancy prevention. Unfortunately, however, the device

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