In December 2000, the FDA approved Mirena, an intrauterine contraceptive (IUD) that consists of a small T-shaped device made of soft flexible plastic that is inserted into the uterus and rel... Read more
It’s been reported that women looking for a method of birth control often rely on marketing material to help make their decision. Women who chose to use Mirena birth control were likely no d... Read more
Lawyers in our firm are investigating cases of injury associated with the Mirena IUD. The intrauterine birth control system has been associated with complications such as organ perforation,... Read more
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