Contraceptive devices were developed to allow a woman to choose if she wants to become pregnant.
There are various forms of contraception which include both temporary and permanent methods.
As with all medical products contraceptive devices must go through stringent testing before becoming available to the general public, however there are situations where the device has failed or you have been given the wrong contraception for you individually.
If this occurs it can have varying effects. In the worst case, it can lead to discomfort or scarring, especially if surgery has been carried out in an unsatisfactory manner.
If you are concerned about contraception that has either failed, due not being fitted correctly, or you have been prescribed the wrong device for you, you may be entitled to compensation.