Remove Essure Implant Safely and Effectively

Remove Essure Implant Safely and Effectively

Women are advised to use birth control measures to help prevent unplanned pregnancies. Despite having different control methods, some come with different complications and side effects depending on how the body responds to the method applied. Essure is a method of birth control that is implanted permanently into the uterus, causing female sterilization. As one of the methods of birth control, Essure has posed lots of complications to women. If you are experiencing complications and are considering its removal, the Miami Essure tubal implants removal service offered at the Miami Institute of Urogynecology and Minimally Invasive Surgery ensure you get it done with ease.

Specialist Dr. Peter Khamvongsa has extensive experience in birth control implant removal and offers a minimally invasive approach to essure tubal removal, guaranteeing that the process is safe and effective. The process uses a robotic approach that is safe and produces no side effects making sure you get back to your everyday life and productivity. Do not live with the side effects brought about by the Essure implant, making you feel uncomfortable all along. Book your consultation today and let the specialist formulate your treatment plan.

What is Essure?

Essure is a birth control device implanted permanently in women to prevent the likelihood of getting pregnant. Essure does not need an incision to place the implant. Instead, your doctor inserts the implants through the vagina and into the fallopian tubes during the procedure. Tissue forms around the inserts over time, creating a barrier preventing the sperms from reaching the eggs for fertilization.

Essure has been removed from the market and is no longer available for implantation due to multiple side effects experienced by many women hence making it ineffective. Therefore, women are advised to consider other control methods and discuss them before considering the best option.

Benefits of Essure

  • Essure aims to offer women a solution to their permanent birth control
  • Depositing the implant is considered safe since it doesn’t require surgical methods
  • Essure inserts do not release hormones
  • Essure insertion is a normal procedure that doesn’t need anesthesia

Risks of Essure

Essure is associated with several short-term risks, which include:

  • Mild to moderate pain during and after the procedure
  • Cramping,
  • Vomiting,
  • Dizziness,
  • Lightheadedness
  • Pelvic or back discomfort occurring immediately after essure implant is placed on the fallopian tube
  • Vaginal bleeding,
  • Nausea

Longer-term risks include;

  • Abdominal, pelvic, or back pain
  • Tear of the uterus or fallopian tubes due to strain caused by the implant
  • Unintended pregnancy
  • Allergy or hypersensitivity reactions
  • Essure inserts unexpectedly moved to the abdominal or pelvic cavity due to body activities

Other reactions associated with essure include;

  • Headache
  • Feeling tired (fatigue)
  • Weight changes
  • Hair loss
  • Mood changes, including depression

Pregnancy Risks

Less than 1% of women get pregnant with Essure successfully implanted. However, research has shown that those who successfully get pregnant with essure are at risk of losing the fetus early or having an ectopic pregnancy.

Living with side effects from Essure tubal implants can bring severe complications to your body. Consider removing it and discuss with your doctor other safer methods to use. Dr. Peter Khamvongsa has all the solutions for you to live a life of comfort. Book online today to schedule your consultation Miami essure tubal implants removal or call the office line.

Ishat Narain