The Problem: Organ perforation is among the side effects reportedly associated with the Mirena. The device can migrate causing serious complications.
The Response: Mirena devices are still being inserted but new warnings have been added.
What Can We Do to Help: Our experienced attorneys can review your medical records and advise you if filing a case is in your best interest.
The attorneys at Gallon, Takacs & Boissoneault are investigating claims on behalf of Mirena users who experienced complications after being fitted with the intrauterine contraceptive device (IUD). It has been alleged that women were not fully informed of the device’s risks and side effects, some of which are very serious.
If you or anyone you know experienced these side effects after being inserted with Mirena, you may be able to file a claim against the manufacturer for medical bills, pain and suffering and other damages. Find out with a free case evaluation.
Organ perforation is among the side effects reportedly associated with the Mirena. It is believed that the IUD can migrate from its original position after insertion, perforating the uterine wall or lodging itself in the uterus. Mirena may also migrate into the pelvic area, leading to adhesions, scarring or intestinal perforation.
The Mirena IUD was originally approved in 2000 as an intrauterine contraceptive, and in 2009 was approved for treatment of heavy menstrual bleeding in women who have already given birth. The Mirena IUD contains a synthetic version of the hormone progestrin and is said to be effective in preventing pregnancy for up to five years. Mirena IUD should be recommended to women who have had at least one (1) child. Mirena has been associated with many severe gynecological problems. These problems include:
- Device migration which causes damage to Uterus or other organs
- Abscesses at the area of insertion
- Embedment into the uterus causing permanent damage
- Infertility after device is removed
- Conceiving while device is in and born with defects
- Organ perforations outside reproductive area
- Internal bleeding causing death
- Erosion of the muscles and flesh surrounding device, leading to infection or death
- Migration / loss of IUD (unable to locate)
- Emergency Hysterectomies to save lives or stop device from causing additional damage to internal organs.
If you or anyone you know has been injured by the Mirena IUD, you may be entitled to compensation. The Mirena IUD attorneys at Gallon, Takacs & Boissoneault are dedicated to ensuring pharmaceutical companies are held responsible for the dangerous side effects of their products. Call our Mirena IUD Attorneys at Gallon, Takacs & Boissoneault or fill out the free case evaluation. We want to help you.