Thursday, January 31, 2013 - The Onder Law Firm‘s Mirena IUD Lawsuit Center website explains the side effects that some women using the Mirena IUD have experienced, the notices the FDA sent the makers of the Mirena IUD regarding its advertising and marketing of the product and the legal rights women suffering from severe Mirena side effects have. The most severe Mirena side effects are perforation of the uterus or embedment in the uterine wall, either of which may result in damage internal organs and lead to internal scarring and infection and both of which may require surgery to correct. Other Mirena IUD side effects include altered uterine bleeding patterns, intermenstrual bleeding, abdominal and pelvic pain, ovarian cysts and IUD expulsion.
The FDA has issued warnings to the manufacture of Mirena regarding its advertising claims and the lack of reference to its possible Mirena side effects (mirenaiudlawsuitcenter.com/fda.asp). Bayer Healthcare, the company that produces Mirena, has over marketed benefits and minimized side effects in other products it has marketed to women in the past, such as the Yasmin and Yaz birth control pill warnings issued in 2003, 2008 and 2009 (yazbloodclots.com/yaz-fda-warning.asp). The Mirena FDA Letter stated that Bayer Healthcare had failed to adequately warn users of the potential Mirena side effects.
The Onder Law Firm‘s medical device and pharmaceutical division Mirena lawyers are offering a free case review with no further obligation to women who experienced side effects as a result of a Mirena IUD. All Mirena claims are being handled on a contingency basis with no cost to the client unless they successfully win compensation for them.
Additionally, The Onder Law Firm invites other law firms to consult on Mirena IUD side effects cases and is available either to handle their cases or work as co-counsel.