RINGTOWN -- An estimated 1,000 women around the country have gone online to blame the Essure birth control device for their ... "I had several hundred women coming to me," said Erin Brockovich. From her office in Los Angeles, Brockvich …
Erin Brockovich, the legal clerk and activist who became a household name after Julia Roberts portrayed her in Steven Soderbergh's 2000 movie, told ABC News that the birth control Essure is not safe. The same woman who 1993 led a …
Several hundred of them have also gotten pregnant after Essure, with E-babies, as they call them. "So we have a device that's intended to be permanent birth control, but women are getting pregnant on it," famed activist Erin Brockovich
Essure is now owned by Bayer Healthcare, which purchased the product from Conceptus, Inc. The Facebook group has …
Hundreds of women say this non-hormonal permanent birth control has ruined their lives ... Also, several hundred Essure patients have gotten pregnant with so-called e-babies after Essure. Recently, famous activist Erin Brockovich joined in …
Instead, she wonders whether getting rid of the implants will somehow alleviate the mysterious ailments that she said began after seeking permanent birth control ... Today, Essure Problems, which has the support of consumer advocate …
IT TOOK approximately 15 years after its initial release for the Essure contraceptive device to be removed ... Years of activism, including campaigns by personalities of the likes of Erin Brockovich. But this didn’t happen ‘back in the day’.
Payne said. Victims speak out Victims of Essure have come together on Facebook, posting pictures and sharing nightmare stories about their side-effects of what they call "e-hell." Activist Erin Brockovich also joined the fight by …
Payne said. Victims speak out Victims of Essure have come together on Facebook, posting pictures and sharing nightmare stories about their side-effects of what they call "e-hell." Activist Erin Brockovich also joined the fight by …
Women across the country are now posting pictures and sharing stories on Facebook. Activist Erin Brockovich joined in the fight, launching a website for women who have suffered because of Essure.