After the birth of my 2nd child had the scare of a thinking I was pregnant again with # 3 now even before she was 5 months old and the hubster at the time didn’t want anymore kids. Birth control was a no go since both kids were pill babies. So doc recommended Essure so we both hoped on that wagon. While I was on the table, nervous as all get out (didn’t like the fact of being awake while he did the procedure.), he went to insert the first stent and I should have up and left then. The stent wouldn’t go in the left side, he kept trying to force it in, even with me crying on the table. He then proceeded to move to the right side and it still wouldn’t go in. The the bright doc decided to check to see if maybe there was something wrong with the stent and sure enough it had broke. So he produces a new stent and continues on with the procedure.
From there I would love to say that was the worst of my troubles, but it wasn’t. The recovery was fine and there were no surprise pregnancies or anything like that but I was always in pain. The doc pretty much ended up telling me that it was just in my head. After 4 years of nothing from him and just dealing with the pain I found another doctor in town that didn’t know anything about Essure, had to explain it to him, and he did research on it before he would see me. Long story short i ended up having to have a hysterectomy at 28 because the stent ruptured my fallopian tube, that’s why i was in so much pain.