• The Mirena IUD is Manufactured by Bayer...
    ...the same company that has indicated to shareholders that it will reserve an additional $262.5 million to settle Yaz and Yasmin lawsuits over blood clots
  • Call the Mirena IUD Helpline and speak to a female medical social worker and a Mirena IUD lawyer
  • The Mirena IUD has had serious complications
    • Perforation of the uterus
    • The IUD can gravitate and become embedded in the uterus or abdomen
    • Pregnancy even with the Mirena inserted
    • Gravitation of the IUD, change in position
    • Ectopic pregnancy
    • Group A streptococcal sepsis
    • Infertility when the IUD becomes embedded
    • Need for surgical removal of the Mirena
  • The Mirena IUD is a flexible intrauterine device that is placed into the uterus through the vagina by a GYN. Mirena releases a continuous dose of hormones (levonorgestrel) to prevent pregnancy for up to five years.
  • Over 2 million women in the U.S. have used Mirena IUD for birth control.
    Mirena is one of the most common IUDs currently on the market.
  • Uterine Perforation Symptoms From the Mirena: If you have these symptoms see a physician immediately.
    • Lower abdominal pain
    • Heavy vaginal bleeding
    • Inability to locate the Mirena IUD string
    • Bloating, rigidity and pain in the abdomen
    • Nausea, Vomiting, Chills, Fever, Rapid heartbeat

Oklahoma Mirena IUD Helpline, Oklahoma Mirena IUD Lawyers

The Mirena IUD Helpline Oklahoma and the Mirena IUD lawsuit lawyers are ready to help you file your Mirena IUD lawsuit. if you are experiencing complications from the Mirena IUD: Lawton, Oklahoma City, Stillwater, Tulsa and all of Oklahoma. The Mirena IUD lawyers are accepting Mirena lawsuits for filings on an individual, soon to be a Multi District litigation basis and not as a class action basis.

Speak to a female Social worker at the Mirena IUD Helpline Oklahoma today to discuss your Mirena  concerns. Let us help you find a Mirena complications and injury lawsuit lawyer for Oklahoma. The Mirena IUD  Helpine  is interested in hearing from Oklahma woman who have had the Mirena IUD. “Tell us your story and communicate online with other women.” Lisa Spitzer MSW who runs the Mirena IUD helpline has heard many “horror stories”

Despite the thousands of injuries and warnings the Mirena IUD remains on the market, posing serious risks to the thousands of women.

Why The Mirena ?

Mirena is a small T-shaped device made of plastic. It works by delivering a very small amount of a progestin (20 mcg of levonorgestrel) directly on the inner wall of the uterus. This dose is approximately the same dose as taking two or three mini-pills a week. The Mirena IUD works by blocking fertilized eggs from implanting on the uterus, or by creating a mild inflammation which prevents sperm from fertilizing eggs. A Mirena IUD, which contains the hormone progesterone, lasts five years; the copper ParaGard IUD lasts 10 years and the Nexplanon (formerly Implanon) implant, which contains progesterone, lasts three. The hormones stay in the uterus and are not systemic, meaning they do not go to other parts of your body.   The Mirena has also been approved  for shortening , lightening, or even eliminating periods altogether while you use it.

The small amounts of levonorgestrel released by Mirena make your cervical mucus thick and tacky so sperm can’t swim through it. If the sperm gets in, then they can’t make it to the egg to fertilize it. It promotes the production of white blood cells and when a foreign object is placed inside the uterus, your body creates these white blood cells to defend itself. So when you have sex, if sperm does make it through your tacky mucus to your uterus, the white blood cells will attack them.

Uterine Perforation is the most serious complication of the Mirena

The Mirena IUD is migrating from the insertion position  getting stuck ( embedded ) in and puncturing (perforating) the uterus. The IUD must  be  surgically removed if the uterus has been perforated.

Mirena IUD Adverse Incident Reports To the FDA

The FDA received 108884 reports of reactions related to the use of Mirena from December 2000 to September 2011 . These reports describe 3124 types of complications.

!00’s of women are filing Mirena IUD lawsuits nationwide for complications from the Mirena. Call the Mirena IUD Helpline Oklahoma and speak to a medical social worker and Mirena IUD today.