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ESSURE BIRTH CONTROL
Essure is a permanent, less-invasive surgical sterilization procedure for women developed by Conceptus Inc., a subsidiary of Bayer AG With Essure, a coil designed to induce fibrosis and block the fallopian tubes is placed into each fallopian tube to prevent fertilization. It was approved for use in the United States on November 4, 2002.
Essure is permanent birth control that works with your body to create a natural barrier against pregnancy.
Essure is not right for you if you are uncertain about ending your fertility, you suspect that you are pregnant or have been pregnant within the past 6 weeks, have had your tubes tied, have an active or recent pelvic infection, or have a known allergy to contrast dye.
- Some women’s bodies react poorly to the device.
- Some report autoimmune problems, migraines, hair loss, perforation of the fallopian tubes or other organs and other issues.
- A regular Essure reversal is not possible because the fallopian tubes and uterus may be too damaged. Surgeons then opt to do a complete hysterectomy.
- The long-term effects of hysterectomies can affect a woman’s quality of life. For instance, removing the uterus can lead to incontinence, bowel dysfunction, pelvic organ prolapse, sexual problems and the formation of scar tissue in the pelvic organs.
- Some women receive transvaginal mesh to treat incontinence and prolapse, an implant that may also cause its own complications like organ perforation and severe pelvic pain.
- One technique doctors use to perform hysterectomies is called power morcellation. Surgeons use power morcellators, electric, drill-like devices, to chop up the uterus into smaller pieces and remove it from the pelvic cavity. The danger in this technique is that the FDA warned morcellation can spread undiagnosed uterine cancer in the abdomen and pelvic area.
So, in addition to issues with Essure it is possible women may face other health problems related to Essure removal.
- Abdominal cramps
- Back pain
- Arm and leg pain
- Severe cramps
- Abdominal pain
- Vaginal discharge and infection
- Heavier periods
- Abnormal bleeding
- Painful intercourse
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