Women using the Mirena intrauterine device (IUD) for birth control and/or to curb heavy menstrual bleeding should be aware that the devices have been linked to serious injuries. Not only has the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) seen an increase in complaints related to the devices, recent court records show the number of lawsuits alleging injuries due to perforation have risen 17 percent, according to DrugNews, a resource center. DrugNews gives people who use popular prescription drugs or medical devices access to the latest safety alerts, recalls, studies, and legal news. The site recently added a study from the Society ... Read More
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