Thousands of women want popular birth control off the market

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Thousands of women across the country are asking the FDA to take a popular, permanent birth control off the market.

It's called Essure.  A doctor inserts tiny metal coils into the fallopian tubes to block conception.

But many women have had the coils move to other areas of their bodies-- cutting through internal organs in the process.

Hundreds of others are experiencing severe side effects and even getting pregnant.

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