A Texas woman filed a lawsuit against Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals, alleging that the Mirena IUD she received caused severe injuries after implantation. … Read more
Mirena Lawsuit Center
If you’ve suffered harm resulting from the placement of a Mirena IUD, then you might have a case against Bayer, the manufacturer of the device.
You’ll need to make a claim, though, and your time to do so is limited. Call us now and speak to one of our lawyers, at no cost or risk. We can determine promptly whether you have grounds for a lawsuit.
If you received a Mirena IUD and suffered uterine wall perforations, pelvic inflammatory disease, sepsis, or other dangerous complications, then you might be entitled to compensation for your injuries, including out-of-pocket costs, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
Don’t expect Bayer to volunteer to write you a check, though. You’ll need to demand to be made whole.
The Mirena IUD, a birth control device inserted into the uterus through the vagina, has been identified as a possible cause of several dangerous conditions.
The product information for the Mirena IUD also indicates that if a woman becomes pregnant when using the device, her offspring might be at risk of sustaining birth defects.
Close to 160 million women use an IUD as their primary form of birth control. Mirena was supposed to be an ideal form of birth control for women who already have children, and prefer a long-term method to avoid getting pregnant. Unfortunately, Bayer withheld important information from the public about some dangerous side effects associated with its product.
The latest information from the Centers for Disease Control reports that more women than ever are using intrauterine devices like Mirena as their chosen form of birth control. This information is alarming, because despite the popularity of this method of contraception, the FDA is receiving a record number of complaints about the Mirena device.
According to a report from the Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health (UC San Francisco), as many as half of the physicians in the U.S. might not be well-versed in the risks associated with using an IUD as an effective method of birth control. The research analyzed data collected from nurses, midwives, and doctor’s assistants in a large survey conducted in 2010 and 2012.
Three women claim that adverse side effects associated with the Mirena IUD have left them permanently injured, and incapable of ever having children. … Read more
An Ohio woman has filed a Mirena IUD lawsuit against Bayer, alleging that the device migrated and perforated her cervix two years after it was implanted. … Read more