Essure Side Effects

Parilman & Associates – Medical Device Compensation Attorneys

Essure

Many women have advocated for the recall of Essure, and yet, the permanent birth control solution continues to be available. Essure is marketed as an easy, non-surgical, permanent birth control solution. Even though the FDA has received over 5,000 reports from women experiencing adverse side effects, no recall has been issued. In response, women are turning to experienced attorneys to bring about legal action against the company marketing Essure.

About Essure

Essure is a non-hormonal, permanent birth control solution made up of metal coils that are inserted into the fallopian tubes. After the insertion, which may be performed in a doctor’s office, scar tissue is meant to grow around the coils blocking off the fallopian tubes, resulting in sterilization. Essure first entered the market in 2002 and was purchased by Bayer in 2013. Despite numerous reports, the manufacturer of Essure continues to promote its safety and efficacy. The device is not easily removed and requires surgery to do so if side effects worsen.

Essure Side Effects

Numerous and various adverse side effects have been linked with Essure over the years. Some women experience cramping or dizziness, but others experience much more serious side effects, including:

  • Ectopic pregnancies
  • Punctures
  • Perforation
  • Migration
  • Infection necessitating surgery
  • Death

Essure Lawsuit

Any woman that has experienced any adverse side effects after having received the Essure implant should contact Parilman Law, an experienced attorney with in-depth knowledge of the Essure suit. Since each woman’s experience with Essure varies, it is important to have your individual case reviewed to make sure that Bayer is held responsible for the faulty product.

If you or someone you love has been injured as a result of using this medical device, you need to level the playing field by obtaining the help of Essure side effects lawyers who have been successfully fighting for the rights of consumers for many years.  Contact Parilman & Associates today to schedule a free initial consultation.  You can either email the firm or call 800-885-DRUG.