Mirena® IUD Attorneys
Mirena® Intrauterine Device Linked to False Brain Tumor Symptoms
A popular form of birth control due to its longevity and convenience, the Mirena® intrauterine device (IUD) is a small T-shaped device that is inserted in the uterus. It is meant to last for up to five years and works by slowly releasing a hormone called levonorgestrel that prevents pregnancy. Unfortunately, Mirena® has been linked to serious side effects. One of these is an increased risk of pseudo tumor cerebri, or false brain tumor. This condition is characterized by an increase in pressure around the brain. It causes symptoms similar to those of a brain tumor, hence the name “pseudotumor.”
If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with pseudotumor cerebri while using Mirena®, Sam Aguiar Injury Lawyers is here to help you. We are currently investigating cases involving pseudotumors in patients using the Mirena® IUD and can review your legal options with you. We believe in holding manufacturers of medical devices and drug companies accountable for releasing unsafe products to unsuspecting patients, and our Louisville Mirena® IUD attorneys have the resources and know-how to handle these complex cases.
For more information, call (502) 400-6969 and schedule a free, confidential consultation.
Symptoms Associated with Pseudotumor Cerebri
Pseudotumor cerebri, also called intracranial hypertension, may cause the following symptoms:
Ringing in the ears
Blurry or dim vision
Brief episodes of blindness
Seeing light flashes
Pain in the neck, shoulder, or back
If you have experienced any of these while using the Mirena® IUD, it is important to seek medical attention right away.
Offering Skilled Counsel to Patients in Kentucky, Indiana & Tennessee
After you see your doctor about pseudotumor symptoms, we recommend talking to a Louisville injury lawyer at our firm about your legal options. Intracranial hypertension is a serious condition that may require surgery to treat. It can affect your life in many ways, and recovering fair compensation for medical care and other losses can help you and your family face a more stable future.
Contact Sam Aguiar Injury Lawyers today at (502) 400-6969 to discuss your potential Mirena® IUD claim.