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Mirena IUD Extra-Uterine Migration Cases

Mirena is an IUD (intra-uterine device) that was approved by the FDA in 2000. Manufactured by Bayer, Mirena is intended to prevent unwanted pregnancies for up to five years following implantation. To date, more than two million women have received Mirena IUDs.

Mirena is shaped like a T with two “strings” that hang outside of the uterus. These strings serve the dual purpose of helping ensure proper placement and, when it’s time, device removal. Migration occurs when the IUD slips out of its ideal placement. Often “lost strings” is the first warning sign of migration. Sadly, once Mirena IUD migrates, it can lead to serious and life-threatening complications such as uterine perforation and migration into the abdominal cavity.

If you or someone you love is suffering the consequences of Mirena IUD migration, you need an aggressive injury lawyer on your side. The Mirena lawyers at McWhirter, Bellinger & Associates, P.A., have years of experience handling dangerous drug lawsuits and can take swift action to ensure you are provided with the compensation you deserve.

Mirena IUD Side Effects

In addition to migration, Mirena IUD has several other dangerous side-effects including:

  • Cervical perforation
  • Abscesses
  • Ectopic pregnancy
  • Infertility
  • Severe infection

Bayer failed to properly advise consumers of the potential dangers of Mirena, making them liable for any damages that this device causes. However, as with all defective product lawsuits, only an attorney with sufficient experience can hold this powerful corporation accountable and ensure you are provided the full compensation you are due.

The Mirena injury attorneys at our firm are prepared to take your case as far as necessary to help ensure you are provided everything thing you need to recover from the damages this product has caused.

If you or a loved one has sustained an injury from Mirena IUD, please contact McWhirter, Bellinger & Associates, P.A., to schedule a free case evaluation today. Our injury attorneys serve victims of dangerous and defective medical devices in Camden, Columbia, Lexington, Sumter, Orangeburg, Aiken, Newberry, and surrounding areas of South Carolina.

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