A patient attempting to use Essure coils as a contraceptive measure suffered severe pain and medical complications when the coils migrated out from her Fallopian tubes and extruded into her uterus. The coils had been recommended due the patient’s lack of any metal allergies, and she was not initially informed that she may experience post-implant pain, cramping, bleeding, or coil migration. Additionally, the patient had previously undergone a right salpingectomy for an ectopic pregnancy, and the physician decided to place a coil in the small remnant of her Fallopian tube without consultation. It became evident that the coils had migrated out of her Fallopian tubes during the implementation procedure, and the woman eventually was given a hysterectomy by a new OB/GYN. The consequent malpractice case brought the implementation procedure and viability of Essure IUDs into question.