Nearly 2,000 Mirena IUD lawsuits have been filed by women who experienced severe complications caused by the intrauterine device migrating and perforating the uterus, sometimes embedding into nearby organs. Plaintiffs allege that Bayer knew these risks but failed to warn women of these potential Mirena IUD complications.
If you were implanted with a Mirena IUD after Jan. 1, 2000 and suffered any of the following complications, you may have a legal claim:
- Pelvic pain
- Pelvic inflammatory disease
- Perforation of the uterus or cervix
- Ectopic pregnancy
- Intrauterine pregnancy
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Overview: Mirena IUD Complications
Millions of American women have used the Mirena IUD (intrauterine device) as a birth control method. Since Mirena is the only hormonal IUD approved by the FDA – and because it prevents pregnancy for up to five years after insertion – Mirena has become extremely popular among women of all ages.
Despite its popularity, numerous women have come forward alleging serious Mirena IUD side effects, including pelvic inflammatory disease, perforation of the uterus or cervix, ectopic pregnancy, intrauterine pregnancy, pelvic pain, and more.
Some of these injuries occur because the body rejects the T-shaped plastic device as a foreign object, causing it to become dislodged and puncture or embed itself into the uterus. It may also travel outside the uterine cavity and cause scarring and infertility.
Numerous Mirena IUD lawsuits have been filed against Bayer, the device’s manufacturer, alleging Bayer overstated the benefits of the Mirena IUD while understating its potential complications. Had these women known the truth about the potential side effects of Mirena, they never would have chosen to use Mirena as their birth control method and would not have sustained the serious injuries, they allege.
These women deserve to be compensated for their pain and suffering, which is why a Mirena IUD class action lawsuit investigation has been launched to give these victims a voice.
Mirena IUD Side Effects
Serious Mirena IUD side effects commonly cited in Mirena IUD lawsuits include:
- Pelvic pain
- Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)
- Perforation of the uterus
- Perforation of the cervix
- Vaginal erosion
- Ectopic pregnancy
- Intrauterine pregnancy
Do I Have a Mirena IUD Lawsuit?
Bayer is currently facing close to 2,000 Mirena lawsuits filed by women who say the device spontaneously migrated and caused serious health complications. Many of these women were forced to undergo laparoscopic surgery to remove their migrated IUD. According to plaintiffs, Bayer knew these risks but failed to warn women.
If you or a loved was implanted with a Mirena IUD and suffered side effects like pelvic inflammatory disease, perforation of the uterus or cervix, ectopic pregnancy, intrauterine pregnancy, pelvic pain, infection or more, you may have legal claim for injury compensation.
Birth control attorneys are actively looking for Mirena IUD users to participate in a lawsuit investigation. Obtain a FREE case evaluation now by filling out the form above.
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