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NuvaRing is a birth control approved by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) in 2001. It is used by more than 1 million women and considered one of the most popular birth control contraceptive devices. It stays in place for three weeks, preventing pregnancy by releasing controlled amounts of ethinyl estradiol (an estrogen) and etonogestrel (a progestin) into the bloodstream. Etonogestrel is a form of desogestrel. Studies have linked contraceptives made with desogestrel to higher risks of blood clots, heart attacks, strokes and other health problems compared to other forms of hormonal birth control. Since the hormones in NuvaRing are absorbed directly into the blood stream, users receive a much higher dose than generally delivered by birth control pills.
In February 2007, the consumer advocacy group Public Citizen petitioned the FDA to ban oral birth control pills that contain desogestrel. Compared to second generation oral contraceptives, they believe desogestrel could double the risk of blood clots.
Marketing materials led many women to believe that NuvaRing is as safe as birth control pills. NuvaRing lawsuits allege that Merck & Co. (formerly Schering-Plough, formerly Organon) has failed to adequately warn about the potential for NuvaRing blood clots and other side effects.
NuvaRing lawsuits can take a long time to settle. During that time plaintiffs can become financially stressed due to medical bills, living expenses, loss of wages and other expenses related to their case.
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