The FDA issued a warning letter to the producer of Mirena® stating the risks are not properly highlighted to users and the promises of an increased lifestyle not to be overstated in December 2009.

Mirena® is a plastic intrauterine device used to prevent pregnancy.

Serious complications linked to Mirena® include:

  • embedment
  • sepsis
  • ovarian cysts
  • cervix perforation
  • intrauterine pregnancy
  • pelvic inflammatory disease
  • other complications

You may be eligible for compensation if you have a Mirena IUD implanted.

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There is statute of limitations for filing Mirena claims.


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An IUD is meant for women who have had at least one child and who only has one sexual partner.  IUD may also be used by women who bleed heavily during their menstrual periods and opt to use an IUD as their contraceptive method.  The Mirena® IUD is inserted or withdrawn from the uterus by a doctor.  A woman should not attempt to remove the device herself.  Women should not use Mirena® if they have any of the following conditions:

  • Abnormal vaginal bleeding
  • Uncontrolled pelvic infection
  • A condition that affects the shape of the uterus
  • Brest cancer in the past or present
  • cervical or uterine cancer
  • Liver disease
  • A weak immune system
  • A recent serious pelvic infection after a pregnancy or abortion
  • An IUD that is already in place



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