If you are experiencing any of the above side effects contact an attorney now by filling out the form.
When Mirena was first introduced by Bayer Healthcare in 2000, the intra-uterine device (IUD) quickly became one of the most popular methods of birth control for women seeking something easier than a once-daily oral contraceptive. Mirena seemed like a great option because it was designed to be inserted, remain in place and prevent pregnancy for up to five years, and approximately 150 million women now use long-term methods like the Mirena IUD. Unfortunately, tens of thousands of reports have surfaced in recent years involving women who have suffered serious complications linked to the contraceptive device, including cases of the device puncturing the uterus and migrating to other parts of the body, sometimes causing serious internal damage. If you believe you have been adversely affected by the Mirena IUD, contact a product liability lawyer today to discuss your options for legal recourse.
More and more women across the United States are turning to intra-uterine devices like Mirena for the convenience factor, but if they were aware of the serious side effects potentially linked to the medical devices, they would likely be more hesitant to make this decision. The following are the side effects believed to be caused by the Mirena IUD:
If you have experienced any of these serious complications, fill out the form now to discuss your case with a reputable Mirena IUD attorney.
As more information about Mirena IUD complications come to light, a number of lawsuits have been filed against Bayer on behalf of women who believe they have been adversely affected by the company’s contraceptive device. Among the allegations raised in the complaints are claims that Bayer:
If you believe you have been adversely affected by side effects of the Mirena IUD, you too may have grounds to file a product liability lawsuit against Bayer. Fill out the case review form today and speak to a qualified Mirena lawyer about your case for free.
Since 2000, the FDA has received more than 70,000 adverse event reports submitted by women throughout the country over Mirena side effects, including at least 5,000 reports of device migration and 1,322 reports of the device puncturing the uterus. If you received a Mirena IUD implant and you have since suffered from serious complications like uterine perforation or device migration, you may be entitled to financial compensation for your injuries, medical bills and pain and suffering. Fill out the form today and discuss your case with a knowledgeable product liability lawyer who has experience handling Mirena IUD cases. With a reputable Mirena IUD attorney on your side, you can protect your legal rights and seek fair and timely reimbursement for your losses.