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Is there a class action lawsuit against Mirena?

Is there a class action lawsuit against Mirena?

Currently, there are no Mirena class action lawsuits in the U.S., but there are three main groups of individual lawsuits, two in New York and one in New Jersey. So far, Bayer has only offered to settle perforation lawsuits.

Has Mirena IUD been recalled?

Despite the high number of FDA “adverse event” reports, and a wealth of clinical studies to back up the allegations, a Mirena IUD recall has never been issued by the manufacturer or the FDA.

Can I sue Mirena for ectopic pregnancy?

Thousands of Mirena lawsuits have been filed against Bayer Healthcare by users of the intrauterine devices, seeking compensation for injuries. Injuries claimed int the lawsuits have included device migration, organ perforation, ectopic pregnancy, bleeding complications and pseudotumor cerebri.

How do I file a lawsuit for Mirena?

How do I file a Mirena IUD compensation claim? Start the process by contacting the Mirena IUD product liability attorneys of The Cochran Firm, D.C. Call 202-682-5800 during business hours or call our 24-hour number at 1-800-THE-FIRM (843-3476).

Does Mirena cause brain tumors?

Mirena has been linked to a list of serious side effects, the most dangerous being pseudotumor cerebri, a condition similar to a brain tumor.

Will I lose weight if I remove my Mirena?

To sum up, you could notice you lose a few pounds right away after your IUD is removed. Yet it’s also not unheard of to gain more weight, or have difficulty losing the weight you gained while the IUD was in place.

Can Mirena cause neurological problems?

Perhaps the most dangerous side effect of the Mirena IUD is pseudotumor cerebri (PTC), also referred to as idiopathic intracranial hypertension (IIH). This neurological side effect develops when an increased amount of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) accumulates in one’s skull.