Feeling ‘sliced up inside’: Birth control implant Essure led to pain, serious problems for some women

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A lack of detailed information about Essure, a permanent birth control implant, and the adverse reactions women were having to it, put some women’s health in jeopardy, a CBC News/Fifth Estate investigation found. The investigation also found that Health Canada, which is responsible for regulating medical devices, hasn’t been transparent about Essure’s licencing or reporting problems with it.

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