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“To say that Essure changed my life would be a gross understatement. I went from a typically healthy person to a woman who can barely get out of bed and take care of her now five year old daughter. My family is on the brink of financial bankruptcy because I am unable to work right now…I now suffer from multiple autoimmune diseases that will last me a lifetime. I had a hysterectomy at the age of 39 to prevent any further damage from this device. Essure robbed my children of a healthy mother and my husband of the woman he married.”
“These devices caused me almost 7 years of pain and heavy bleeding. I always felt like I was in labor, as my body tried so desperately to expel them. They became embedded in my uterus and had to be surgically removed.”
“Essure has ruined my life!! There are days that I’m balled up like a baby just to try to ease the pain. My sex life is almost nonexistent because of the pain it causes. The bloating I get makes me look like I’m pregnant, I have a rash all over my body most of the time. My hair falls out by the handful daily…Essure is the worst decision I’ve made in my life! I was never told the side effects and I’ve lived with this hell for over 12 years because I can’t afford to have it removed!”
“What I thought was going to be a simple 15 minute procedure turned into almost two years of pure hell.”
“…The moment my procedure was completed I had extreme pain. So extreme I was unable to sit or walk, but had to lie on the table and be given pain medication. After finally being allowed to go home, I bled for almost a month…Since that time, my joints have become painful and arthritic, my teeth have deteriorated…and I get horrible stabbing pains in the area where my ovaries are. I believe a good majority of my health issues are due to this nasty, evil implant.”
“… I am one of the thousands of women who have had my coils migrate and puncture my uterus. I lived in constant stabbing pain for three years, until a hysterectomy finally removed all of the fractured bits of the coils “safely implanted” in my body…Essure is not safe. The product is faulty.”
“I’m only 44, but some days because of the inflammation caused by Essure, I feel like I’m 84. Just getting out of bed can be difficult.”
“My life and that of my family has been turned upside down since getting Essure. I had Essure for a little over 18 months, immediately after placement, I knew something was not right. I suffered for a year and a half before I had a TOTAL hysterectomy at the age of 36.”
“I’m 37 years old and now facing a hysterectomy to get the things out of me. Not to mention, the miscarriages I’ve had because the implants aren’t even preventing pregnancy. The device is killing women and babies and is simply not effective or safe.”
“I had to have a hysterectomy just 63 days after I was implanted with ESSURE. I was 37 (am 38 now). The physical damage, including implant procedure itself, was horrendous. That being said, the emotional toll is still a battle.”
“Essure has robbed me of a normal, productive, successful life for 8 years now. I have constant pelvic pain, seizures, joint replacement, uterine ablation, and about 70 other problems that I personally can say have either happened or worsened since the placement of this toxic product into my body.”
“…After hearing countless cases of pregnancies, I no longer trust Essure as birth control. I am now scheduled for a hysterectomy to get this poison out of me. At 36, this shouldn’t be something I’m having done, paying a lot of money to have done, or looking forward to so much!!!”
“I want Essure removed from the market because it has ruined my life and I don’t want to see any other women go through the pain I have from this device.”
“In 2012, it was discovered that an essure coil had migrated to my uterus. I underwent surgery to remove coil hysterscopically. It fragmented. My symptoms escalated. I had laparoscopic surgery 18 months after to attempt diagnosis of my symptoms. Inconclusive. I underwent an abdominal hysterectomy in 2014.”