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Mirena IUD Lawyers

Mirena is a small, t-shaped intrauterine contraceptive device (IUD) that is inserted in the uterus by a healthcare provider. It works as a contraceptive by releasing the chemical progestogen levonorgestreal. The Mirena coil is implanted inside the uterus for up to 5 years to prevent pregnancy. It is recommended for women who have had at least one child. Mirena is manufactured by Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceuticals and was approved by the FDA in 2000. It was then later FDA-approved in 2009, as a treatment for heavy menstrual bleeding in women. This was the first time that the FDA has approved an intrauterine device for that purpose.

You can read personal stories from women about the Mirena IUD here

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Mirena Side Effects & Complications

Many adverse side effects have been reported in connection with the use of the Mirena IUD. Some side effects are somewhat minor, such as adhesions, infections, abscesses, and inflammation of the pelvis. Some complications, however, are more serious and can lead to various other problems. These include perforations of the uterus, cervix and intestines. Sometimes surgery is required to remove the IUD because it has migrated to other regions of the body.

When the device migrates, it often causes tears through the wall of the uterus or becomes embedded within, requiring surgical removal. Women have had to go through risky surgical procedures to remove the device. There have been other Mirena complications with the birth control device and has prompted multiple levonogestrel & Mirena lawsuits alleging other serious adverse side effects.

Mirena IUD Lawyers - Let Us Help

At this time, Pulaski & Middleman, L.L.C. will accept representation for those cases wherein:

  • The Mirena IUD fractured, migrated outside of the uterus, or perforated the uterine wall, intestines, or surrounding organs, and
  • Which required surgery (with or without hospitalization), to remove the defective device.

If you or a loved one have used the Mirena contraceptive and have noticed any of these side effects, our Mirena lawyers can help you understand your rights and legal options. Contact Pulaski & Middleman P.L.L.C. lawyers today and we will help you determine if you should file a Mirena lawsuit. Receive the compensation you deserve from your injuries. Call 1-800-BAD-DRUG today if you have suffered during or after using Mirena IUD.


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