Mirena IUD lawsuit

Mirena IUD Lawyers Accepting Mirena IUD Lawsuits Nationwide

Free Legal Shield  Mirena IUD Lawyers are accepting Mirena IUD cases where the device has migrated from position to the uterus, abdomen or a nearby organ. The device becomes embedded and causes a perforation and usually needs to be surgically removed.

Can you answer yes to any of these questions? If so, we need to hear from you today.

Were there any complications with the original insertion?
Do you have a perforation?
Has the device been surgically removed?

Symptoms to watch out for include:

    Lower abdominal pain
    Heavy vaginal bleeding
    Inability to locate the Mirena IUD string
    Bloating,and pain in the abdomen
    Nausea, Vomiting, Chills, Fever and Rapid heartbeat

Serious side effects that have been linked to Mirena include:

  •     Embedment in the uterus
  •     Embedment in the abdomen or a nearby organ
  •     Erosion of adjacent areas such as the vagina
  •     Intestinal perforations or obstruction
  •     Perforation of the uterus

Mirena IUD Lawsuits Alert

Mirena IUD lawyers are filing Mirena lawsuits for a implanted Mirena IUD needing to be  surgically removed because it migrated from its original position and perforated the uterine lining, You may have a potential Mirena lawsuit.

Legal Shield has launched an aggressive outreach campaign to locate all women who have had a perforation of the uterus or abdomen or another organ.

 

Filing Adverse Incident Reports with the FDA

If you have had complications from a drug or device like  GranuFlo, Naturalyte, Dialysis medications, the vaginal mesh, bladder sling, Mirena IUD, metal on metal hip replacement, Stryker Rejuvinate, Stryker metal rods hip replacement, Infuse bone graft,  or any drug or medical device you can file an adverse incident report with the FDA. These are iimportant to do as the more there are the more chance warnings will be issued and even recalls. In the case of the vaginal mesh this is extremely important.


What you can do to make awareness of adverse events or side effects from  a vaginal mesh or Mirena IUD or any drug or device?

You must stand up for justice and help others.The testing that helps to establish the safety of products, such as drugs and medical devices, is typically conducted on small groups before FDA approves the products for sale. Some problems can remain unknown, only to be discovered when a product is used by a large number of people. When you file an adverse incident report it helps get a dangerous product alert and /or recall established by the FDA. The more that file, the better chance of getting these off the market so they do not hurt anyone else. Once there is a warning or recall a lawsuit is usually filed and a  multi distrct litigation established. This can even be done without a recall or warning. The more adverse incident reports the better it is for all injured people.

When problems with FDA-regulated products occur, the agency wants to know about them and has several ways for the public to make reports. Timely reporting by consumers, health professionals, and FDA-regulated companies allows the agency to take prompt action. The agency evaluates each report to determine how serious the problem is, and, if necessary, may request additional information from the person who filed the report before taking action.
What you need to make your report

You need to get your medical devices details. You can go to the hospital where mesh was implanted for these details or you can find your medical device details in your medical records by asking your surgeon’s secretary, you can apply for your medical records directly from the surgeon:

The details you require on your medical device are as follows:

  •    The name of the medical device
  •    The name of the manufacturer
  •    The modal and serial number

If your surgeons secretary asks why you want these details please say you want to put in your adverse report into the FDA as there are already significant numbers on their database plus they have launched an investigation.

In the UK contact the MHRA

Online MHRA reporting adverse incidents involving medical devices:- www.mhra.gov.uk/Safetyinformation/Reportingsafetyproblems/Devices/index.htm

Note: You can ask the MHRA for the final manufacturer conclusion report on your medical device report. Stand up and get justice. File your adverse incident report and protect the public from a dangerous drug or devise and a manufacturer who did not do do diligence in warning the public.