A growing body of research has shown that Mirena IUD may be associated with a host of serious problems that may cause debilitating injuries in users requiring surgical removal of the device. Individuals who required a surgical removal of their Mirena IUD device may be eligible for compensation from Bayer to help offset medical costs, lost work, pain and suffering and more.
The Mirena IUD has been linked to a wide range of complications leading to horrific injuries often requiring surgical removal of the device. Some of these injuries include: Mirena IUD device dislocation; The IUD becoming embedded in the uterus or migrating out of the uterus; Perforation of the uterus; Device expulsion, Ectopic pregnancy; Chronic pain; Abdominal pain; Perforation of the uterus; Laceration of liver; Appendectomy; Hysterectomy; Pseudotumor Cerebri; and a range of other problems.
What doctors and patients aren’t being told is that at any time after this device is in place, it can perforate the uterus and cause these complications.
Adverse side effects and symptoms that have been linked to the Mirena IUD birth control devices include:
If you or a loved one required a surgical procedure that included anesthesia to remove a Mirena IUD birth control device following Migration, Perforation, Embedment or other complication with the device, you may be eligible to file a claim for compensation from Bayer, the manufacturer of the product. Attorneys for victims provide that Bayer never told patients or their doctors how likely complications requiring surgery would be and that they failed to adequately warn of the risks and went as far as to hide the true risk of complications.
Did you or a loved one require a surgery that involved anesthesia to remove a Mirena IUD following complications with the birth control device?
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