Mirena is an intrauterine device developed to prevent unwanted pregnancies. Practically, it is entirely made of plastic, but it also has a specific hormone in the composition. It cannot be inserted at home, but in a clinical facility only. Unfortunately, while it usually works against pregnancies, it also has secondary effects and reactions. Some of them are mild, while others can seriously threaten the patient’s life. There are more life endangering complications caused by the intrauterine device, hence the wide variety of Mirena class action cases. More and more women hire specialized attorneys in the attempt to receive financial compensations.