Bayer's Mirena IUD Targeted in MDL

Scores of women claim they weren't warned of IUD's risks.

, The National Law Journal


Kelli Baugh's menstrual cramps were becoming severe. Sex was extraordinarily painful, and no amount of feminine products could stanch her excessive bleeding. So in 2006, she went to her doctor, who suspected her symptoms might be related to an intrauterine contraceptive device she had had implanted the year before. It was called a Mirena.

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Originally appeared in print as Attorneys Lining up with Mirena IUD Claims Latest MDL targets Bayer's Mirena IUD

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