Reported health problems – including at least four deaths – not listed on the safety label of the implantable permanent birth control Essure have prompted the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to conduct an investigation into the safety of the devices. Essure is a nonsurgical permanent birth control implant shaped in a spiral that is inserted through the cervix and through the uterus into the fallopian tubes to block fertilization. Bayer Healthcare’s unit Conceptus Inc., received FDA approval to market the device in 2002. Since then, nearly 5,100 reports of complications have been associated with the device, including four deaths. ... Read More
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