Mirena IUD Lawsuit Consolidation Opposed by Bayer

Mar 7, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: JD Supra

Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceuticals has taken a position opposing consolidation of legal actions brought against the medical device manufacturer for the Mirena IUD that can only be described as schizophrenic.

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Aliyah Smith

Iselin, NJ

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Mar 8, 2013
 
Mirena has been reported to cause several serious side effects. Women who experience serious side effects have been filing lawsuits against Bayer Pharmaceuticals, manufacturer of Mirena. The FDA has sent a warning letter for Bayer's alleged over-advertise of their product but failed to announce the serious side effects. By typing-in Mirena lawsuit in Google, you may find some information about the potential side effects of Mirena. You may also refer at http://www.mirenalawsuit.us/mirena-iud-carrie... for more related information

Since: Dec 12

Windermere, FL

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Mar 18, 2013
 
Take a look at this 2 min video

http://youtu.be/ZQTsUmxBCfw

Filing a Mirena Lawsuit for the complications this IUD has given you.
If you have had side effects from a Mirena IUD we can help you get a possible compensation from the manufacture. Contact us today via our toll free number 1-888-770-4343 or visit our website http://www.mirenalawsuitsettlements.com

Should I File a Mirena Lawsuit?

You might be able to file a valid lawsuit if you had Mirena implanted after 2003 and experienced any of these conditions while the IUD was still implanted:

유 Perforation of the uterine wall -- this can result in infection, hemorrhaging and tearing of the uterine wall.

유 Embedment to the uterine wall -- if the device attaches to the uterine wall it may not be able to prevent pregnancy and many need to be removed surgically.

유 Migration of the IUD -- Mirena may migrate (travel) from its original implantation location. It may cause physical damage including infertility and require surgery to remove the device.

유 Pregnancy -- while the IUD so normally effective at preventing pregnancy, a woman may still experience an intrauterine pregnancy particularly if the device has moved, embedded, or torn through the uterus.

If you suffered from any of the above and had Mirena removed or are scheduled for removal of the device, you are advised to contact us now as you may have a claim against the manufacturer.

It is easy to find out, just fill out the form on our website, and one of our consultants will call you back almost instantly to verify your information and answer any questions you might have regarding your MIrena lawsuit.
Gabriella

Flushing, NY

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Mar 25, 2013
 
Actually, to date, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has documented around 45,000 complaints from women going through problems linked to Mirena. Based on reports, lawsuits on Bayer start to pile up. For a more comprehensive discussion on this issue, visit http://www.mirenaiudlawsuit.net
Ivana Stefanova

Sofia, Bulgaria

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Oct 23, 2013
 
Hello everyone,
Mirena, which is sometimes referred to as an IUD (Intrauterine Device) or IUS (Intrauterine System) is a long-acting form of birth control that is placed into the uterus to prevent pregnancy. The IUD disrupts the connection between the egg and sperm, and Merina also releases levonorgestrel, a progestin that helps keep the woman’s ovaries from releasing eggs. Mirena was approved by the FDA in 2000, and use has grown in recent years amid heavy promotion as a hassle-free form of birth control that lasts for 5 years or longer. Bayer, the manufacturer of the Mirena IUD, promoted the device as safe and hassle free form of contraception. The company undertook a massive direct-to-consumer marketing campaign (TV ads, social media, etc.) targeting “busy moms” seeking a “simple” and “easy” contraceptive method. However, reports indicate women were misled about the device’s features and side effects, including the risks of health complications such as infertility associated with the device. These types of deceptive and misleading ad campaigns that failed to disclose important health risks are a key component of product liability lawsuits against Bayer. Look at this site http://audetlaw.com/index.php/case/mirena_iud...

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