Birth control has reportedly been around since 3000 B.C.
In 1916 the first birth control clinic was opened by Margaret Sanger.
Moreover, since then there have been a lot of options and much progress with birth control for women.
You can view a large amount of birth control history here Our Bodies Our Selves: A Brief History of Birth Control in the U.S.
The progress made and the recent evolution of birth control has come at the price of women enduring pharmaceutical companies agenda to push products through without enough long-term study to avoid many side effects.
Enter Bayer's Essure Permanent Birth Control Device
Not only does the issue of long-term study cause a problem, but so does the ability of doctors to treat patients with a birth control device that is meant to be a permanent nonsurgical option.
The allure of Essure has been very successful regarding women having the device implanted. However, the damage the device has caused resulted in a wide variety of negative experiences for these women.
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