Essure

Essure is a permanent birth control device marketed by Bayer. On July 20, 2018, Bayer announced that they would stop selling Essure in the United States. Essure consists of two small coils that are implanted through the vagina into the fallopian tubes. Unfortunately, the devices sometimes migrate, leading to perforation of the fallopian tube or the uterine wall.

Some women receiving the implants have suffered from severe cramping, blood clots, infection, pelvic pain and other health problems. Safer alternatives to Essure include tubal ligation and male vasectomy.

CONTACT Essure injury lawyer William P. Ronan.

Attorney William P. Ronan has practiced law for more than 30 years and has a strong record of successful results in dangerous medical device cases.

To discuss your Essure case with an experienced attorney, call 1-800-457-7139, or fill out and submit our online contact form. We handle all Essure cases on a contingent-fee basis, which means that there are no fees until and unless we obtain compensation for you.

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