Mirena IUD RemovalApril 2, 2013
The Mirena IUD, or intra-uterine device, is a contraceptive device placed in the uterus that is meant to stay in place preventing pregnancy for as long as 5 years. As the device is a foreign object placed in the body, all women with the device will want to go through a Mirena IUD removal eventually. There are many possible reasons for a Mirena IUD removal.
Some possible reasons include that the woman may want to become pregnant, so it is perfectly logical to have the Mirena IUD removal completed to increase the chances of conceiving an infant. As mentioned in another article on this site, there are many potential Mirena IUD side effects. Therefore, another reason that a woman might seek to have the Mirena IUD removed is that the side effects become too much to tolerate.
Another potential cause for a Mirena IUD removal would be the development of a Mirena IUD infection. An infection may necessitate a Mirena IUD removal in order to prevent further damage, scarring, or even potential infertility. Some women simply may not like the Mirena IUD and thus, seek to have it removed. The Mirena IUD is meant to be effective for up to 5 years, so once that 5 year period has expired, it is no longer guaranteed to be effective at the prevention of pregnancy.
Medical professionals claim that the Mirena IUD can be removed at any time during the menstrual cycle, but many claim that the Mirena IUD is easiest to remove during menstruation as the cervix is softened naturally during that time. The doctor will determine where the IUD is exactly in the uterus and locate the strings using forceps or clamps to securely grab the strings and pull out the IUD.
An alternate situation in which the Mirena IUD must be removed is in the instance that the device has spontaneously migrated or begun perforating nearby tissue, thus causing alternate Mirena IUD complications. There have been hundreds of cases reported around the country of women who have suffered from Mirena IUD perforation as a result of the potentially defective product.
In cases of spontaneous migration of the Mirena IUD, the device was properly inserted initially. The doctor placed the Mirena IUD securely in the woman’s uterus and she experienced no complications for a period of time. Then, at some point, the Mirena IUD migrated spontaneously out of place and perhaps became lodged in another area of the body. In Mirena IUD spontaneous migration cases, the device has been reported to be found as far as a patient’s liver.
Mirena IUD Lawsuit
If you or a loved one has suffered from spontaneous migration of a Mirena IUD after implantation, they may be entitled to financial compensation through a Mirena IUD lawsuit. Mirena IUD cases may range widely in severity. In the most common cases, the Mirena IUD perforates the uterus and is embedded in the omentum which requires a laparoscopy under general anesthesia to remove.
Call today if you believe you have grounds for a Mirena IUD lawsuit against the manufacturers of these products. Millions of women across the country are currently using the device and thousands have reported severe and uncomfortable adverse effects caused by the Mirena IUD. The makers of the device warned about certain side effects and about perforation, but only perforation which happens during the surgery, as a result of improper insertion. They did not warn that a properly placed Mirena IUD may shift over time and cause severe Mirena IUD complications. For that reason, if you have experienced Mirena IUD complications after undergoing a successful insertion, you should call today to speak with a Mirena IUD lawyer to discuss your potential Mirena IUD Lawsuit.© Willis Law Firm for Drug Attorneys. Replication strictly prohibited without written consent.