This is a picture of a nuclear medicine scan. It shows a third Essure coil in a Texas woman’s uterine wall.
These are the broken coils removed from a Gilbert woman. A piece of the coils was left behind. Later, she had a hysterectomy to remove the final piece.
A Michigan woman’s Essure coils are stuck in her abdomen between fascia ligaments that support the stomach and small intestines. She told us her doctor said it is inoperable.
These are coils after they have been removed.
This X-ray shows a coil that perforated a New York woman’s fallopian tube and settled near her bowel and bladder.
In addition to the candida rash on a Seattle woman’s back, she says she experienced chronic hives, a 30-pound weight gain, severe IBS and bloating. She says all these symptoms went away after she had her Fallopian tubes removed.
A California woman says she was so bloated that she looked pregnant after getting the Essure coils implanted.
A Canadian women had rashes for more than three years. Within days after the surgical removal of the coils, she says her skin improved dramatically.
In this picture, you see a Georgia woman’s removed coils twisted and sitting on top of a white lid.
This was found three years after removal of a woman’s two coils. It was only detected after she had a hysterectomy to help stop her chronic pain. Since the surgery, she says she has been pain free.
This picture shows the two coils after they were removed from a Washington woman’s Fallopian tubes.
An Arkansas woman experienced swelling in her hands.