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Mirena IUD perforation lawsuit lawyers for Mirena IUD injury claims. Are you seeking help for a Mirena IUD lawsuit?
Mirena Perforation Symptoms

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:

Birth of a child with a birth defect
Embedment in the uterus
Embedment in the abdomen or a nearby organ
Erosion of adjacent areas such as the vagina
Inflammation of the membrane that lines the abdominal cavity and internal organs
Intestinal perforations or obstruction
Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
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.

The Mirena IUD Helpline is interested in hearing from you immediately if the Mirena IUD gravitated outside of your uterus, and perforated your uterine wall, intestines, or surrounding organs, and required surgery to remove the IUD.

Mirena Uterine Perforation, Uterine Damage Alert

If Mirena falls out of place it can become lodged in the uterine wall the uterus can become damaged leading to infertility. This is called perforation. Surgery to remove the Mirena device may be required. perforation may include the obstruction of the intestines, perforation of the intestines and the development of scar tissue wherever the device embeds itself.

Mirena IUD Lawsuit Checklist

The Mirena IUD causes many symptoms and complications. However to file a Mirena IUD products liability lawsuit you must meet certain criteria. Now, although you were never told you had some of these issues and believe you do not qualify, you should see a physician to be sure. Perforation of the intestine leads to leakage of intestinal contents into the abdominal cavity. This causes inflammation called peritonitis. A uterine perforation is a hole made through the wall of the uterus. Some of the medical conditions that may imply a perforation of the uterus or abdomen, or that indicate your Mirena may have moved or become embedded in an organ include:

Inability to feel or locate the string
Bleeding from vagina or bowel
Severe sharp pain in the abdomen
Lower back pain
Sharp jabbing pain
Lower abdominal pain
Heavy vaginal bleeding
Inability to locate the Mirena IUD string
Bloating, rigidity and pain in the abdomen
Rapid heartbeat

Mirena IUD Lawsuit Checklist
The Mirena IUD causes many symptoms and complications however, in order to file a Mirena IUD lawsuit your Mirena IUD lawyer will be looking for the following:
1. Mirena IUD must be the product implanted
2. You must have gone to your 4-6 week follow up appointment and your doctor has confirmed that your Mirena IUD was properly implanted.
3. The Mirena IUD has perforated your uterus or other organ. The Mirena must have moved out of position, gravitated and has become embedded in your uterus or an organ and/or there is a perforation injury.
4. This usually means the Mirena , needs to be or will be surgically removed.

A lot of Mirena women either don’t go to follow up appointment or by the time they go to follow up the Mirena has already moved. If that happens this becomes a med mal issue and not a products issue. The statute of limitations starts to run when you knew Mirena perforated an organ.

Of course, consult with your doctor if you are experiencing any of the symptoms listed above to see if the Mirena has moved and caused a perforation. Consult with one of our Mirena IUD lawyers to be sure. Call ! 877-522-2123 24/7. We are here to help you.

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