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HAVE YOU HAD COMPLICATIONS FROM A MIRENA IUD INTRAUTERINE DEVICE OR CONTRACEPTIVE BIRTH CONTROL IMPLANT?
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Mirena IUD Intrauterine Device & Contraceptive Birth Control: Migration and Perforation

 



If you or a loved one had a Mirena IUD intrauterine device and suffered complications, including IUD migration and/or perforation, you may be entitled to compensation from a Mirena IUD lawsuit or settlement. Contact a Mirena IUD injury lawyer for a free attorney review.

A team of class action attorneys and personal injury lawyers has launched an investigation into potential claims of women who have had a Mirena IUD intrauterine device implant that migrated or moved away from its original position or perforated or punctured the uterus or other organs. Mirena IUD is an intrauterine birth control device or contraceptive implant manufactured by Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceuticals, Inc. that is inserted into the uterus for contraception that releases levonorgestrel, a form of the hormone progestin that helps prevent fertilization and pregnancy by damaging sperm and thickening the cervical mucus to prevent sperm from reaching an egg. Mirena IUD lawsuit and settlement claims potentially being investigated include cases of women who have experienced the following complications, symptoms, side effects and/or injuries from a Mirena IUD implant:
  • Perforation or Puncture of Uterine Wall or Cervix
  • Embedment of Mirena IUD
  • Ectopic Pregnancy in Fallopian Tube
  • Migration of Mirena IUD Into Other Organs
  • Expulsion of Mirena IUD
  • Surgery to Remove Mirena IUD
  • Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
  • Amenorrhea
  • Miscarriage
  • Infertility
  • Abdominal Pain
  • Ovarian Cysts
  • Hysterectomy
  • Infection or Sepsis
  • Abscess or Scar Tissue
  • Irregular or Abnormal Vaginal Bleeding
Possible signs that a Mirena IUD device has moved or migrated may include not being able to feel the strings from the IUD device, having strings that feel longer or shorter than usual, feeling the IUD device against the cervix, abdominal pain, pelvic pain, spotting or bleeding, blood in the urine, irritation when going to the bathroom, etc. If you or a loved one had a Mirena IUD intrauterine device for birth control and suffered complications, including injuries from a Mirena IUD that migrated or moved away from its original position or perforated or punctured the uterus or other organs, you may be entitled to compensation from a Mirena IUD lawsuit or settlement.* *If you or a loved one had a Mirena IUD and suffer from any symptoms, side effects or complications, we urge you to promptly consult your doctor or physician for an evaluation. **The listing of an intrauterine device, birth control or contraceptive device (e.g., Mirena IUD) or manufacturer (e.g., Bayer) is not meant to state or imply that the company acted illegally or improperly or that the IUD device is defective; rather only that an investigation may be, is or was being conducted to determine whether legal rights have been violated. ***The use of any trademarks, tradenames or service marks is solely for product identification and/or informational purposes.

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