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 hysterectomy after the coils of Essure broke free, causing her extreme pain. “I’m still dealing with chronic joint pain, fatigue,” Sanez laments. Sanez is not alone in experiencing unwanted side-effects from the device—many women have reported several other serious, threatening complications from the device manufactured and marketed by Bayer, including stomach pains, chronic fatigue, depression, bloating and rashes, as well as pregnancy and miscarriage even though the product is marketed to be over 99% effective.
If you or a loved one experienced complications after being implanted with Essure, call us at 888-985-7228 to speak with an experienced attorney about your potential claim.