The controversial permanent birth control device Essure will now come with an updated safety label that includes a boxed warning about potential injuries and a patient decision checklist to ensure that women who are considering being implanted with the device are aware of the potential risks associated with it. Essure, manufactured by Bayer, was approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 2002. It consists of two nickel alloy coils that are inserted into each of the fallopian tubes. Scar tissue builds up around the coils forming a permanent barrier preventing sperm from reaching the egg. In recent years, ... Read More
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