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Essure Dangerous Medical Device Attorneys

Essure Dangerous Medical Device Attorneys

Essure is a permanent contraceptive device implanted for female sterilization. Approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in November 2002,1 Essure has been linked to serious injuries and death.

If you have developed serious injuries from Essure – or if your loved one suffered fatal Essure complications:

Relentless and strategic, our attorneys have the experience and insight to effectively advocate your rights, build you a strong claim.

Essure is a permanent birth control system linked to six deaths and severe injuries. Women harmed by Essure may have legal options for holding Bayer accountable and seeking financial recovery.

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Background on Essure: How It Works

The Essure permanent birth control system is comprised of two flexible coils made of nickel and titanium. These coils are non-surgically inserted into the fallopian tubes via a catheter. The implantation procedure takes about 10 minutes and does not require anesthesia, making it an appealing alternative to tubal ligation surgery.

Once implanted, the coils induce inflammation and the growth of benign fibrous tissues. After about three months, the tissue growth blocks the fallopian tubes, effectively serving as a barrier to prevent sperm from fertilizing an egg.

Bayer claims that Essure is more than 99 percent effective.

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