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You didn't say when the incident occurred when your IUD was removed. Most states have a two year statute of limitations, so don't wait any longer to consult an attorney. If the uterus was perforated, the removal probably should have been surgical. However, you will have to get an opinion from another physician. Whether the case is economicall feasible to pursue depends upon whether the removal caused problems that would have been avoided if the removal had been done by surgery, and you will need a physician's opinion for that as well. Consult a medical malpractice attorney in your area.
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