As featured today on “Good Morning America,” Bayer Pharmaceuticals announced that it will no longer sell the controversial permanent birth control implant Essure starting at the end of this year.
The move follows thousands of lawsuits, as women stand up to “Big Pharma” and hold corporations responsible for serious injuries such as device migration, organ perforation, internal bleeding, hysterectomies, and autoimmune disorders.
FDA PUSHED STRONGER ESSURE SAFETY WARNINGS
The number of Essure lawsuits skyrocketed after U.S. regulators forced Bayer officials to enforce sales restrictions and increase warnings about the implant’s risks, including bleeding, pain and organ damage. Bayer had already pulled the product from all other countries.
ESSURE SIDE EFFECTS ON GOOD MORNING AMERICA
Women who say they have experienced adverse side effects from the contraceptive have also convened in a series of Facebook groups, some of which have exploded in popularity, where they share their experiences and warn other women considering the procedure.
On the Facebook pages, many women advocate against Essure’s use, citing pain and bleeding. Today’s segment on “Good Morning America” features interviews with these injured women discussing Essure device risks, including:
- Removal difficulty
- Movement in the body
GET THE HELP YOU DESERVE
Cory Watson Attorneys is working to hold big pharmaceutical companies like Bayer accountable for hurting women across the country. Women have the opportunity to stand up to these corporations – however, the time to take part in an Essure lawsuit is limited.
Don’t wait to reach out – your health is on the line.