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2013-02-18 23:03:31

The law firm of Heygood, Orr & Pearson is announcing the launch of its new website, Mirena IUD Lawsuits Help.

2013-02-12 23:04:35

Chaffin Luhana LLP announces it is investigating claims related to Mirena IUD perforation, infection, embedment, and other potential health complications. New

2013-01-19 23:01:01

The Firm is currently offering free legal consultations to Mirena IUD users who suffered spontaneous device migration leading to uterine perforations and other serious Mirena injuries.

2013-01-13 17:02:14

The Driscoll Firm, P.C., says it is evaluating potential injury claims involving the Mirena intrauterine device (IUD), including injuries that may have resulted from perforation of the uterus.

2012-09-28 12:49:43

Measuring progesterone levels in women with pain or bleeding during early pregnancy is a useful way to help discriminate between a viable and a non-viable pregnancy.

2012-09-20 23:00:40

Parker Waichman LLP is offering free legal advice to Mirena users who allege that the device caused serious side effects.

2012-08-31 23:02:41

HowManyWeeksPregnantAmICalulator.com announces the release of the new pregnancy calculator.

2012-07-04 01:44:28

Cigarette smoke reduces the production of a Fallopian tube gene known as "BAD", which helps explain the link between smoking and ectopic pregnancy.

2012-05-03 15:02:48

Tubal ectopic pregnancy (TEP) is currently the leading cause of pregnancy-related deaths during the first trimester and a recent study accepted for publication in The Endocrine Society's Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism (JCEM) shows that the hormone adrenomedullin (ADM) may help predict this condition.

2011-11-14 11:11:35

Two studies from the Mayo Clinic presented during the American Society of Nephrology's Annual Kidney Week provide new information related to high blood pressure during pregnancy.


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