Essure® Permanent Birth Control
black labeled by the FDA after years on the market
Have you or a loved one used Essure® Birth Control and experienced severe side effects
Essure® may cause miscarriages, still births, and fetal death
March 2016 – FDA issues Black Label to Essure® warning of “serious or life-threatening risks”.
February 2016 – FDA receives over 300 reports of infant death, miscarriage, and ectopic pregnancies caused by Essure®.
January 2016 – Bayer required by FDA to conduct a study that will assess “risks of the device in a real-world environment.
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Essure® has been linked to fetal death, miscarriages, and still births.
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Approved by the FDA in 2002, Essure® is a permanent form of birth control in which a coil is non-surgically placed into a woman’s fallopian tubes. Scar tissue is supposed to form around the device to prevent sperm from reaching eggs and fertilizing them, thus preventing pregnancy. Women’s rights activist, Erin Brokovich, has long pushed the FDA to pull Essure® from the market.
From November 2002 to May 2015, thousands of women filed greivances with the FDA complaining of unintended pregnancies, miscarriages, severe pain, still births, and excessive bleeding after the implantation of Essure. If you have had the Essure Birth Control implanted, please complete the questionnaire to find out how we can help.