Bayer is fighting to dismiss lawsuits waged against the company over claims that its intrauterine device Mirena caused injuries that the company failed to warn doctors or patients about. The Mirena IUD is a flexible T-shaped device that is inserted into the cervix, where it releases a small amount of the hormone levonorgestrel. It is intended to prevent pregnancy for up to five years. It also is used to control heavy menstrual bleeding. About 1,200 Mirena IUD lawsuits have been filed against Bayer alleging the IUD can migrate from its intended position in the cervix and fall out of the ... Read More
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