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If you suffered a torn uterus or abdominal injury requiring surgery while using a Mirena IUD, you may be entitled to financial help for your medical expanses and damages.


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DrugNews patient advocates specialize in birth control device side effects. We'll let you know the latest studies and warnings, as well as how easy it is to get help if you've been hurt.

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learn about side effects

Thousands of women have reported perforated uteruses from their Mirena IUD that required painful surgery. Plus, experts warn that the devices can travel through the body hurting other organs.

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understand your legal rights

The growing number of Mirena lawsuits against Bayer were moved to a national court for faster handling. Lawyers are still helping those with injuries file cases before a settlement is reached.

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Learn the latest on Mirena litigation and find out if your case qualifies in a few easy steps. Your information is confidential and there's no cost to talk with a lawyer or file a claim.

Assistance is available now.

Call (888) 391-1315 to speak with a patient advocate.