An estimated 100,000 women in the UK have been fitted with an Essure implant, a device manufactured by the multinational pharmaceutical company, Bayer.
The implant, which was available on the NHS and administered in just 15 minutes in GP surgeries, was offered women a ‘non-surgical alternative’ to traditional sterilisation methods. It has, however, left many users in chronic pain, caused nickel poising, perforated organs, triggered autoimmune reactions and, in some cases, necessitated that hysterectomies.
PGMBM are looking to hold to account Bayer Healthcare, the producer of the implant, by conducting litigation in behalf of the many thousands of women affected.
To find out more, visit EssureClaimLawyers.com