Essure Lawsuit Lawyer Morris Bart

Essure is marketed as a non-surgical permanent birth control option. According to Essure, over three-quarters of a million women use the product as a birth control method. Essure works by inducing fibrosis (or scarring) in the fallopian tubes after a coil is inserted into each tube. The procedure was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in 2002, but since its approval women have reported concerns and complications.

The product is marketed as non-hormonal birth control and is sold as a less invasive form of permanent birth control. However, the product has been linked to serious side-effects and complications. In the most serious cases, some women have reported perforated organs, migration of the device, ectopic pregnancies, chronic pelvic pain, bleeding, and in the most severe cases, death.

If you have experienced complications after undergoing an Essure procedure, you may be able to join a growing group of women who are seeking compensation from Bayer for their injuries and complications. Bayer failed to adequately warn women about the risks of the Essure device. Women have reported lost quality of life and in some cases, have had to undergo expensive medical procedures as a result of Essure. If you are one of the many women who have suffered from serious side-effects from Essure, you may be entitled to receive compensation for your medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages, and other damages. Contact Morris Bart, New Orleans Essure lawyer today to learn more about your rights. 

FDA Issues Warnings About Essure 

In March 2016, the Food and Drug Administration announced that it would require Bayer to place “black box warnings” on its label. Black box warnings are used when the FDA deems it necessary to warn consumers about serious or life-threatening risks a product could cause. The FDA responded to over 5000 women who have claimed that Essure led to complications including unintended pregnancy, severe abdominal pain, and bleeding after the device was implanted. Some women suffered painful miscarriages and ectopic pregnancies. In more serious cases, women suffered punctured organs. Currently, the FDA has required that Bayer study the device to determine whether it poses a greater risk to public health.

Yet, despite these warnings, the FDA has not recalled the device. Women who have suffered complications from Essure can raise awareness about their concerns by joining others who have suffered by suing Bayer. Bayer is facing several lawsuits for its failure to properly warn women about the device’s risks. Many believe that Essure should not be on the market. If you are among the women who have suffered major complications from Essure, you may be entitled to file a lawsuit against Bayer. Contact New Orleans Essure attorney Morris Bart today.

Essure Risks

Essure carries many risks. Under new FDA regulations, women will be required to fill out additional forms and consents before undergoing the procedure. However, if you had Essure implanted before March 2016, you may not have been adequately warned about Essure’s full range of risks and complications. Many also claim that Bayer mislead the FDA.

Some common complications women experience from Essure include:

  • Bloating
  • Excessive bleeding
  • Chronic pelvic pain
  • Hair loss
  • Tooth loss
  • Nickel toxicity
  • Rashes
  • Migraines

Some serious complications include:

  • Puncture of the fallopian tube
  • Miscarriage
  • Ectopic pregnancy
  • Migration of the device
  • Allergic reaction to the device
  • Long-term chronic pelvic pain
  • Hysterectomy

If you have suffered any complications as a result of using Essure, you may be able to join thousands of women who are speaking up for their rights and for the safety of others. Morris Bart offers qualified legal assistance to women whose lives have been affected by complications due to Essure. Contact our firm today to learn more.

Women Who Have Essure are Ten Times More Likely To Have Surgery

Studies have confirmed that women who undergo Essure procedures are ten times more likely to have a repeat surgery within a year. Follow-up procedures may be more complicated or costly than the original Essure procedure. Essure’s availability on the market is subject to continued study of the product.

If you or a loved one has experienced complications with Essure, you may be eligible to file a claim for medical costs, emotional distress and further damages. Fill out our free case evaluation form to see if you are eligible for a potential Essure lawsuit. An experienced attorney at Morris Bart will assist you in the evaluation process. Initial consultations are FREE. Click here to see more about our office locations throughout Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Arkansas. Call us at 1-800-537-8185 today.

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