Essure Problems 

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Since it was approved by the FDA on November 4, 2002, the agency has received over 9,990 formal complaints related to the device.*&ie=UTF-8&ulang=en&&access=p&sort=date:D:L:d1&entqr=1&entqrm=0&wc=200&wc_mc=1&oe=UTF-8&ud=1&filter=0

Tens of thousands of women have reported symptoms including extreme pelvic and abdominal pain, migraines, autoimmune reactions, loss of teeth and hair, the metal coil breaking and migrating throughout the body, and the coil cutting into the uterus and other organs in the abdominal cavity. The deaths of four women and five unborn children have been publically attributed to the use of Essure.

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35 Deaths reported to Medwatcher related to Essure