Mirena: More Than Meets the Eye

Mirena: More Than Meets the Eye

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Anonymous

New York, NY

#1 Oct 12, 2012
The Mirena IUD has long been promoted as a birth control that can make women “look and feel great,” but it seems there is more than meets the eye with this supposed worry-free form of birth control.

The complications, which stem from the device’s migration from the uterine wall, include infection and abscesses. Side effects can also leave a woman unknowingly susceptible to pregnancy.

If you experienced these side effects, tell us about it in the comments below. You may be able to file a Mirena IUD lawsuit against the manufacturer.
Lisa

Dallas, TX

#2 Dec 21, 2012
They say that side effects are rare and, when experienced, tend to go away within a few days. The problem is all the women posting all over the internet with their horror stories about devastating acne, weigh gain up to 15 pounds despite healthy eating and exercise, and pain akin to being stabbed with a needle. Obviously, as with anything that changes the body drastically, there are going to be some people who don’t tolerate it well. You may also refer at http://www.mirenalawsuit.us/ for more information.
Jackilyn

Brooklyn, NY

#3 Apr 1, 2013
The Mirena IUD system has been on the market since 2000. Since then women have complained over its debilitating and serious side effects, which include weight changes, mood swings, and painful cramping. Some have even raised controversial lawsuits against its manufacturers. You may try to check http://www.mirena-iud.net for additional information.
Cherry

Brooklyn, NY

#4 May 3, 2013
Mirena's benefits cannot be ignored although, the same may be said of its associated side effects ranging from acne, painful cramping, chronic vaginitis and UTI, and uterine perforation and migration, etc. Despite the claims by some medical experts that these side effects are said to be rare, many women have experienced some combination of side effects from using Mirena that have prompted them to have the IUD removed. Some women are able to tolerate the implant after awhile, while others who do not are able to return to their normal lives with the symptoms of side effects fading away with time. Some are not so lucky, and have suffered serious physical injuries that have prompted them to file legal suit with Bayer. You may read http://www.mirenaiudlawsuit.net for more information.

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