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Study Considers Factors in Mirena IUD Risks

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As thousands of lawsuits mount across the country over Mirena IUD risks, a new study by the American College of Obstetrics & Gynecology focuses on a woman’s age and number of pregnancies as possible factors in IUD expulsion. The three-year study compared these risk factors in women implanted with hormonal... Read more »

Federal Mirena IUD Lawsuits Prepare for Bellwether Trials

Mirena IUD litigation continues to gain momentum throughout the country, as more women seek compensation for life-altering injuries and complications they claim were not sufficiently warned about by manufacturer, Bayer Healthcare. The levonorgestrel-releasing intrauterine system is used by millions of American women, who have the T-shaped IUD inserted by their... Read more »

New Study Spotlights IUD Use and Breast Cancer Risks

Contraceptive options for today’s consumers have come a long way in recent years – offering women convenient alternatives to the hassles of monthly injections or daily birth control pills. One of the most popular is the IUD, or intrauterine device, the majority of which are levonorgestrel-releasing systems. A synthetic version... Read more »

Early Trials Announced in Mirena IUD Lawsuits

With 2,000 Mirena IUD lawsuits pending across the country, plaintiffs are anxiously awaiting their day in court against Bayer Healthcare. Some sixteen cases have been given the green light for early trial dates. These so-called bellwether trials, chosen from 800 cases pending in New Jersey state court, will help gauge how juries... Read more »

Motion Requests MDL to Consolidate Mirena Brain Injury Lawsuits

The Mirena IUD, manufactured by Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceuticals, is already the topic of heated litigation throughout the United States. Women allege that the intrauterine system is prone to spontaneous migration, putting them at risk for uterine perforation, internal adhesions, infections and other debilitating injuries. Now, a new complication associated with... Read more »