This video focuses on the troubling side effects associated with the Essure birth control device. The Essure birth control device involves the insertion of flexible coils in the cervix and vagina into the fallopian tubes. Over a period of about three months, scar tissue forms around the inserts and creates a barrier that keeps sperm from reaching the eggs, thus preventing pregnancy. However, studies have shown that women who used Essure were10 times more likely to have to undergo an operation to fix problems associated with the birth control device.
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