Essure birth control is the most controversial method of permanent sterilization but it became a standard of care in recent years, particularly for Planned Parenthood, which found that the device could be placed in patients in a non-surgical setting, according to The Center for Innovative GYN Care. Essure, manufactured by Bayer, is made of polyethylene terephthalate fibers that are encased in nickel-titanium and formed into coils. The coils are placed in each of the fallopian tubes during a hysteroscopic procedure. In about three months, the body builds up scar tissue around the coils, which form a barrier that prevents the ... Read More
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