Have You Been Injured By The Essure® Birth Control Device?

Have you had an Essure® birth control device?
Has your Essure® birth control device migrated or broke?
Has the device perforated your uterus or fallopian tubes?
Experienced other complications related to your device?

Essure® has been linked to various complications and trauma in women, including hysterectomies. The FDA has received numerous reports of injuries and complications regarding the Essure® birth control device by Bayer. If you or your loved ones were harmed by the birth control device, you may have legal options. Tell us about your experience and we will provide you with a free case review.

Possible Symptoms Caused by Essure®:

  • Unintended Pregnancy including Ectopic Pregnancy
  • Pelvic Pain and Discomfort or Cramping
  • Fatigue and Headaches
  • Menstrual Irregularities and Weight Influctions
  • Miscarriages or Premature Births
  • Birth Defects (Caused by Nickel Poisoning)
The Most Frequent Reported Problems:
  • Heavy or Internal Bleeding and/or Hemorrhaging
  • Perforation or Puncturing of the Uterus or Fallopian Tubes
  • Essure Device Breakage
  • Migration or Movement of the Essure® Inserts
  • Essure® Device Operating Differently Than Expected

Thousands of women may have been injured or suffered complications from the Essure® birth control device manufactured and marketed by Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceuticals. The device, which is intended to render the recipient permanently sterile, is currently the subject of citizen petition urging the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) to possibly order a recall. Among other things, the petition charges that Conceptus, Inc., which launched Essure® 14 years ago, perpetrated fraud during its clinical trials.

Over the past 14 years, the FDA has reviewed a significant amount of information related to the use of the Essure® birth control device. While the FDA believes Essure® remains an appropriate option for the majority of woman seeking permanent birth control options, some women may be at risk for serous complications. The read more about these complications, click the FDA Safety Announcement.

If you or a loved one have experienced any health complications or conditions after being implanted with the Essure® device, it’s important to share your story. It’s also important that you immediately speak with an experienced legal professional to learn about your rights and if you might be entitled to legal options. Shelton Law Group provides free Essure® case reviews, with no obligation.