Articles Posted in New Lawsuits

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A lawsuit filed in federal court in Connecticut alleges that the Filshie Clips birth control device can migrate after implantation, a risk that the manufacturers reportedly failed to disclose to the public and healthcare professionals. The plaintiff in this Filshie Clips lawsuit claims she was harmed by this movement of the clips.

The lawsuit, the first case filed in federal court in Connecticut in 2024, accuses the manufacturers of advertising the Filshie Clips as a safe and reliable method of preventing pregnancy. However, the suit alleges that these clips have a high tendency to move post-implantation, with occurrences estimated at over 25%. This migration often necessitates surgical removal.

The Filshie Clip