Gabriella Avina was one of the first women to be implanted with the Essure non-surgical permanent birth control method. She had participated in clinical trials to test the safety and effectiveness of the implant even before it was approved in 2002 for sale in the United States. Avina was pleased with the contraceptive implant at first, and even worked for Conceptus, Inc., the company that manufactured the device, explaining to women how Essure worked when it first came on the market. Now, Avina says, she was wrong to advocate for Essure. Essure is a small, metal and polyester coil that is ... Read More
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