New Mirena Silicone IUD Helpline Launched For Women
Yazbirthcontrolpillshelpline.com has launced a Mirena IUD Helpline. The helpline has expanded it's outreach to women injured by all birth control devices.
July 2, 2012 - PRLog -- The http://Yazbirthcontrolpillshelpline.com has lauched a Mirena IUD Helpline and a new Mirena IUD division for women experiencing complications from the Mirena IUD. "Women are the target for many dangerous drugs and medical devices" says, Lisa Spitzer MSW who supervises the new Mirena IUD division. "Birth control is a money maker and women are the targets". "The women we speak to have had serious complications from the Mirena IUD. The device has gravitated out of position and severed the uterus.".
Birth control has become the focus for lawsuits. Yaz and Yasmin, are in the news right now with lawyer ads. Is the Mirena next ? These birth control medications and devices are causing injuries to women in NYC, Florida, Texas, California, and all over the U.S.A.
The latest dangerous birth control device is the Mirena Silicone IUD. The Mirena IUD is manufactured by Bayer,which manufacturers Yaz, interestingly enough. It is a flexible intrauterine device that is placed into the uterus through the vagina by a GYN. Mirena releases a continuous dose of hormones (levonorgestrel)
Our women callers report the device has moved out of each original position and punctured the uterus or become firmly embedded in the uterus. Many state the doctors cannot find it . The Miriena has caused bleeding and other very serious complications. The new Mirena IUD Helpline is helping women with these complications. "Many women are telling us the doctors are refusing to remove the Mirena and many must have it surgically removed". The http://yazbirthcontrolpillshelpline.com will continue to expand services to women as a resource for new news about dangerous birth control devices harming women. They are also working in conjunction with the well known http://vaginalmeshhelpline.com to get the message out there. The vaginal mesh is another dangerous device effecting over 300,000 women.
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