Essure is a permanent birth control device used by more than half a million American women to prevent pregnancy. It consists of two metal coils that are implanted in the fallopian tube causing scar tissue to develop in the tube therefore preventing fertilization. Essure has been touted by its current manufacturer Bayer as a non-invasive form of permanent birth control that is 100% effective with a quick recovery time. The Essure lawsuit states that the manufacturer and seller of Essure hid evidence from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) of various risks associated with the birth control device and death.

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