Is My Mirena IUD Dangerous?

If you have a Mirena intrauterine device (IUD), pay attention to any issues you have and seek medical care if your problems become overwhelming.

Mirena IUD birth control devices have been linked to a variety of complications, including perforations and unplanned pregnancies. Additionally, many women have had to undergo surgery or invasive procedures to have the devices removed when they have become dislocated or embedded in their uteruses.

Thousands of women have reportedly suffered side effects from the devices, as millions of U.S. women have had IUDs implanted within them.

In one case, a South Carolina woman in her 20s had to have a total hysterectomy after her IUD induced menopause, which needed to be treated with estrogen.

Can I File a Mirena IUD Lawsuit?

In many cases, the damage women have suffered over defective IUD devices never goes away. When this occurs, victims should seek justice. Our attorneys are experienced in Multidistrict Litigation (MDL) surrounding defective medical devices.

Currently, there is an ongoing MDL in New Jersey, where Mirena IUD manufacturer Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceuticals maintains its U.S. headquarters.

If a defective IUD has injured you, speak to our attorneys so that we can help you recover compensation.

Zoll & Kranz, LLC – Defective Medical Drug and Device Lawyers