Come February 2016, the FDA will decide what action to take over Bayer’s permanent birth control device Essure. The official safety review will be based on information gathered at the FDA’s Obstetrics and Gynecology Devices Panel held this past September in addition to numerous studies and scientific data. The Panel meeting was convened this past …. Read More
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In January 2016, Congress enacted the “Microbead-Free Waters Act of 2015” that is intended to stop the manufacturing of rinse-off cosmetics that contain intentionally-added plastic microbeads, and may prompt a closer inspection of similar products including polyethylene terephthalate fibers, or PET fibers, which are used in Bayer’s Essure birth control device. According to Dr. Margaret …. Read More
Despite being touted as a nearly 100% effective at preventing pregnancy, Bayer HealthCare’s contraceptive device Essure has failed hundreds of women. For Ellen, mother of 4-year old Leena, she experienced the device’s shortcomings firsthand when she got pregnant 9 months after being implanted with the device—and it wasn’t an easy pregnancy. Ellen went into pre-term …. Read More
Like many other women, Lisa Sanez is finally speaking out about the painful complications she experienced from contraceptive device Essure. FDA-approved in 2002, Essure is a pair of fiber and metal coils that are inserted into a woman’s fallopian tubes via non-surgical implantation to permanently prevent pregnancy. Sanez, a mother of three, received a complete …. Read More
Essure is a device sold as a permanent, non-surgical birth control solution for women. First approved for use by the FDA in 2002, the sterilization procedure permanently prevents a woman from being able to conceive. Essure is a soft, flexible pair of metal and fiber coils that are inserted into the fallopian tubes by a …. Read More