Moloney & Company Solicitors are currently investigating claims on behalf of Mirena users who have experienced adverse side effects and complications after being fitted with the intra uterine contraceptive device (IUD).
Many of our clients have alleged that they were not fully informed of the risks and side effects associated with the use of the Mirena IUD.
The device is intended to prevent pregnancy for up to five years by emitting hormones after implantation. The device has also been recommended for treatment of heavy menstrual bleeding in women who use it for birth control.
What are the complications alleged in the Mirena legal claims?
Moloney Solicitors are currently investigating a number of cases against the manufacturer of the device – Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceuticals. The Mirena IUD works to prevent pregnancy by emitting a low-dose of hormones into the body. By thinning the lining of the uterus and thickening cervical mucus the device is designed to prevent sperm from reaching the egg.
Many of the lawsuits we are currently considering filing will allege that the product itself was defective and dangerous and that the medical professionals who implanted the devices failed to warn women about the potential side effects with the use of the Mirena Coil.
Many women have suffered the following complications-
- Ectopic pregnancy
- Scarring and adhesions
- Abscesses and infections
- Organ damage
- Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
How do I start the process of filing a Mirena IUD legal claim?
We are currently assisting a number of women who have suffered injury or other serious side effects from the use of a Mirena IUD device. If you have suffered any serious side effects from the use of this device, please contact our firm today for a no obligation evaluation of your legal claim. You can email your details in the strictest confidence to our Principal Solicitor, Liam Moloney, at LiamMoloney@moloneysolicitors.ie and he will speak to you to explain the next steps to investigate your claim.