Essure has had an absolutely devastating effect on tens of thousands of women in the United States and beyond.The FDA has received over 26,000 reports of adverse events related to the device, yet Bayer for years continued a policy of denial while continuing to market the dangerous product to more potential victims. Finally in 2018, Bayer announced they are pulling the device from the US market, the last market where it was still sold, but continue to argue that it is safe.
Lawsuits for Compensation for Essure victims are being filed against Bayer on behalf of women who had an Essure device and suffered any of the following injuries or complications:
Adverse side effects that have been linked to Essure Permanent Birth Control Implant include:
Bayer Healthcare claims that its Essure sterilization device is nearly 100% effective at preventing pregnancy, but at what cost? Thousands of women claim to have suffered devastating injuries caused by Essure birth control, including the need for a total hysterectomy to remove the implant, and many of these women have filed complaints against Bayer Healthcare accusing the company of negligence. If you received an Essure implant prior to April 2016, and you have since had or need to have the device removed, or suffered serious problems like device migration, allergic reaction, or perforation of the fallopian tubes or uterus, you may be eligible for compensation. Apply today to find out if you qualify.
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