Sales of the permanent birth control device Essure have been restricted by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for only doctors and health care facilities that agree to go over a checklist with women before the device is implanted explaining possible risks. The action comes more than a year after the FDA ordered manufacturer Bayer to update the safety label of Essure to include a black box warning about potential injuries associated with use. Essure was approved by the FDA in 2002. It consists of two nickel alloy coils that are inserted into the each of the fallopian tubes. Over ... Read More
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