Essure Birth Control
What is Essure?
Essure is a permanently implanted birth control device for women. It does not require a surgical incision. The device was developed by Conceptues Inc. a subsidiary of Bayer AG. To see what the FDA says about Essure, you can view the FDA source here.
The Food and Drug Administration has been busy at work with Essure, a permanent non-surgical birth control implant by Bayer AG. By all accounts with the recent news as reported in the media, thousands of women have been affected by and died with having the Essure device.
The FDA is responsible for protecting the public health by ensuring the safety, efficacy, and security of human and veterinary drugs, biological products, and medical devices; and by ensuring the safety of our nation’s food supply, cosmetics, and products that emit radiation. According to the FDA website, the FDA had been dealing with Essure since the original approval back in 2002. That means it has been 15 years of review, research, discovery and uncovering the effects of the device.
“FDA Reports 10,000 Essure Injuries and 30 Deaths. The FDA has updated their ongoing safety review of Essure, a permanent sterilization implant made by Bayer. Essure is now linked to more than 10,000 reports of serious injuries and dozens of deaths.”
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