If you have had problems with your Essure device, then you can join the Essure lawsuit to get money for your suffering. Did you know that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Essure in 2002? Essure is a device that consists of two small coils which are implanted through the vagina into the fallopian tubes. Once Essure is implanted, tissue forms creating a barrier around the implant, preventing sperm from reaching eggs.
Essure is devastating woman across the United States as it is estimated that 750,000 women have been implanted with an Essure device. Of those women, thousands have reported Essure problems and complications. Moreover, from 2002 to 2013, the FDA gathered 988 reports complaining of adverse events linked to Essure, with over half of the reports being collected in 2013.
Common adverse reactions to Essure frequently occur within 15 months of device implementation, and include:
Due to the high likelihood of adverse reactions, you are not alone if you are experiencing pain and suffering, as a result, of Essure.
Though the FDA, has not recalled Essure, it has witnessed a climactic increase in adverse events associated with the Essure device. In February 2016, the manufacturer of Essure was ordered to conduct a clinical study to examine the risks associated with the device. Moreover, the FDA issued a proposed black box warning for Essure labeling in a further effort to more properly inform women of the potentially serious complications associated with Essure.
If you or a loved one has taken Essure and experienced severe side effects, you may be eligible to file an Essure lawsuit.
Call the Testa Law Group at 877-780-9052 to begin your path to recovery with a free consultation today regarding an Essure lawsuit case.
Mr. Testa, a Essure Lawsuit Lawyer with a national practice who represents members of our society who have been seriously injured or killed due to the irresponsible acts of an individual or company. He is licensed to practice law in Texas, Louisiana, and Florida and admitted to practice in the Southern District of Texas and also in the United States Court of International Trade.