IUDs causing strokes, heart attacks and injury to gallbladder

| Oct 18, 2010 | Defective Medical Devices, Product Liability |

A new generation of intrauterine devices (IUD) designed for birth control in women are now known to be dangerous and potentially lethal to the patient. There are a variety of medical manufacturers that produce IUDs that are now known to be problematic including Yaz/Yasmin, Mirena and Ocella. Theses device have caused injuries in women by raising the risk of heart attack and stroke, by causing injury requiring hysterectomies and by causing injury necessitating removal of the gall bladder. We will investigate and evaluate your claim if you believe that you have suffered injuries related to your IUD.