Essure is a form of non-surgical, permanent birth control wherein flexible metal coils are inserted into the fallopian tubes to facilitate scar tissue formation, blocking sperm from reaching the eggs. In recent years, the manufacturers of Essure, Bayer, have come under severe scrutiny due to the side effects and complications associated with the medical device.
Essure removal refers to the removal of the Essure coils to prevent or address the side effects. And Essure reversal refers to the reversal of the procedure to have children naturally. Complications and side effects associated with Essure coils include vaginal bleeding, cramps, severe pain, bowel injuries, headaches, nausea, infections, vomiting, allergic reactions, and others.