As you say, if your son is fine you are indeed fortunate. However, it makes it less likely that you have a viable claim. Consult with an experienced Fl medical malpractice attorney to make sure.
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It sounds like you were very fortunate and do not have much in the way of damages. So, I doubt that suing anyone would get you anything. You might search online for people who do Paraguard cases.
BTW, it is not "malpractice," but a products liability claim because inserting the IUD did not fall below the standard of care at the time.
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Be thankful there appears to be no permanent damage. Obviously the IUD did not prevent pregnancy. You should consult with a products liability/ mass tort/ medical malpractice attorney to ensure that any rights you have will be protected. Good luck.
I have yet to see a viable Paragard case, as they provide a pamphlet of the risks to your doctor who informs you of them. Only about half the states allow for a lawsuit due to what amounts to immunity, but check with a local lawyer in your state.
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