Mirena IUD

Tudor v. Bayer Corporation et al

Nova Scotia Supreme Court File: Hfx No.  414709 

Mirena is an intrauterine birth control device manufactured by Bayer.

In 2009, the FDA issued a warning to Bayer for overstating the effectiveness of Mirena, while minimizing the risks associated with it. Among these alleged risks is uterine perforation which can necessitate the need for surgical removal.

Wagners has commenced a proposed class action involving patients who have been implanted with the Mirena IUD, and who have suffered uterine perforation.

If you or someone you know has suffered from uterine perforation allegedly as a result of having received a Mirena IUD, you may contact Wagners.

Patients using the Mirena IUD should consult with their physician should they have any concerns with regard to continuing or discontinuing their use of the Mirena IUD.

The following documents concerning the class action which Wagners has filed in relation to the serious and adverse events reported with the Mirena IUD medical device are available for viewing in PDF format:

Wagners is presently accepting enquiries from residents of Canada who have been implanted with the Mirena IUD birth control device and have suffered injuries or damages.

If you, or a member of your family, have suffered injuries as a result of the use of the Mirena IUD, and losses have resulted, you may be eligible for inclusion as a Class Member in our proposed class action lawsuit.

To sign up and determine if you qualify, please fill out this registration form:

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