Mirena

Posted on behalf of Phillips Law Group on Dec 17, 2012 in Defective Drug

Mirena IUD Birth Control Health Risks

Phillips Law Group is currently evaluating potential lawsuits following reports of several health risks linked to Mirena IUD birth control. The maker of this dangerous device, Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceuticals, Inc. is now seeking designation of all cases filed in Arizona as Mass Torts. If you or a loved one has Mirena IUD devices and is now experiencing adverse health risks, you may be entitled to seek compensation for the damages in which you have suffered. Phillips Law Group is currently taking cases today; contact us at your earliest to learn more.

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Mirena IUD Lawsuits

Mirena is a popular intrauterine device which is inserted into the uterus directly to prevent pregnancy for the user. Mirena is said to remain in the place which it was inserted for up to give years. Sadly, young women are beginning to suffer following the use of Mirena. Some of the most notable issues include but are not limited to:

  • Uterine Perforation
  • Device Migration

Uterine perforation and device migration have been the most heavily reported side effects following the use of Mirena IUD. If you or a loved one believes to have experienced any suffering after the use of this device, please seek medical attention immediately. After you have spoken to a healthcare professional, contact the Phoenix offices of Phillips Law Group is learn about your possible legal options.

While uterine perforation and device migration have been most readily reported, there have been several additional side effects and adverse health risks that women using the Mirena device have identified. If you are currently using Mirena IUD for birth control, it is essential to take note of and apply special watch to side effects and your general state of health.

The following are some of the additional side effects linked to Mirena IUD:

  • Device is embedded in uterine wall
  • Infection
  • Abscess formation
  • Ectopic pregnancy
  • Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
  • Ectopic pregnancy
  • Infertility

Any women who have suffered from any of these side effects, in addition to the more prevalent side effects of device migration and uterine perforation, may be entitled to compensation for the losses in which they have suffered. From medical expenses to lost wages and any additional losses in between, Phillips Law Group will work tirelessly to see that you get what you deserve.

Fill out a Free Case Review today to learn more about your Mirena case.

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