Manufacturers of birth control medications that release levonorgestrel are being sued for their failure to properly warn patients of their risk of developing pseudotumor cerebri. Those who have been negatively affected by levonorgestrel-releasing birth control medications can receive compensation for their pain,...Read More
Also known as a "false tumor", pseudotumor cerebri is a neurological condition where an excess or poor absorption of cerebrospinal fluid occurs inside of the skull. The symptoms are similar to
those of a brain tumor, which can make diagnosis difficult. Women of childbearing age are most susceptible to being diagnosed with pseudotumor cerebri, as it is most commonly linked with
In recent years, there has been a significant increase of lawsuits filed against numerous birth control manufacturing companies with levonorgestrel. More women are diagnosed with pseudotumor cerebri after using these contraceptives after experiencing symptoms similar to those of a brain tumor.
If you, or someone you know, has developed a pseudotumor cerebri after using a...Read More
The start of 2014 saw nine lawsuits filed against the manufacturer Bayer as a result of women developing pseudotumor cerebri after using their Mirena IUD. Each of these cases were taken at the...Read More