After having more than a few women write about the problems they were having after having the Essure procedure I wanted to read more. The amazing thing is the large number of women that seem to be having issues.
After conversing with a few I have decided to write some of the main problems and concerns that have been shared.
- Women wish they had been told more about the actual procedure. That it can and is painful for many. Many times trying to get the actual Essure spring into the fallopian tubes causes more pain than the patient expected. This may be due to the fallopian tube itself having a spasm.
- Women are upset that they were not told about the cramping and discomfort after the procedure itself.
- Many patients say the actual procedure was sugar coated by the physician when being told about it.
- Back pain and uncomfortable intercourse that is unexplained.
Although Essure is considered to be a permanent form of birth control it is reversible. Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center has been reversing the Essure for some time now with good results. Essure reversal is explained on the blog and accompanied by a true patients story.
If you are having issues after having the Essure procedure I would love to hear from you. Many women are searching for answers and others that are having the same problems.