Your Paragard IUD Broke (And Your Life Will Never Be The Same)

Take Powerful Legal Action That Can Help Protect Other Women

If your Paragard IUD broke, it was a big deal. As in, being forced to have surgery big deal.

Filing a lawsuit can help send a message to the manufacturers of Paragard that this is NOT okay. Contact us today for a free and confidential legal consult.

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# Paragard Lawsuit

Paragard Was Supposed to Be a Safer IUD – Except It’s Not.

Navigating the complex landscape of birth control can be overwhelming. It’s hard to know what’s right for you. You thought maybe an IUD instead of a pill. Less maintenance, right? And you didn’t want those extra hormones; you heard they may not be safe. Paragard seemed like the perfect answer: an easy, low maintenance, hormone-free solution.

All you wanted was (a) to be protected from pregnancy and (b) to be using a safe medical device, right?

We hate to say it, but: Paragard failed you.

Paragard has been linked to a series of health problems, such as breaking during removal. And when the Paragard breaks during removal, it often requires very serious (read: invasive and expensive) surgery to remove the remaining pieces of the IUD. The terrifying part? This means a woman may never be able to have children again.

This isn’t right. Making smart decisions about your reproductive health should NOT cost you your ability to have a child if you chose to do so.

Contact us now to file a lawsuit and send a message that this is not okay.

“The ‘Broken’ IUD”

A 2015 article titled “The ‘Broken’ IUD: Its Detection And Clinical Management,” published in the Open Journal of Clinical and Medical Case Reports, explored data on a series of broken IUDs, all Paragard. The article notes that while IUDs are a popular form of birth control and can be both safe and effective, clinicians should be more aware of the potential dangers of IUDs breaking.

Paragard has also been linked to other problems, including:

  • Movement (or migration) of the device
  • Broken/fractured device
  • Broken pieces of the IUD embedded into the uterus
  • Inflammation caused by copper residue
  • Need for additional surgery to remove pieces of the device
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Filing A Lawsuit Isn’t Just About Money, It’s About Helping Protect Others

Getting an IUD shouldn’t make you lose your ability to grow your family. While a lawsuit can’t change that, it can help you pay for expensive medical bills, such as surgeries needed to remove pieces of the IUD or help cover for time off work. But most importantly, a lawsuit can help send a message to the manufacturers of Paragard that this isn’t okay.

By filing a lawsuit, you can help protect other women from being hurt by Paragard in the future. Contact us today for a completely free and confidential consult.

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