April Langley of Atlanta believed the debilitating pain she experienced after having the Essure micro-coil implanted into her fallopian tubes as a form of permanent birth control would eventually go away. But, “I just kept getting worse and not better,” she said. April looked into having the device removed in hopes of alleviating the pain in her pelvis and lower back, the constant cramping, and the general sickness she felt since getting the device, but doctors said the only way to remove it was to have a hysterectomy. And then she found Dr. Bill Greene at Lakeshore Surgical Center, who ... Read More
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