A year ago until now hundreds of thousands of women agreed to transvaginal mesh implants as treatment but the...
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A year ago until now hundreds of thousands of women agreed to transvaginal mesh implants as treatment but the FDA says that "it is not clear that transvaginal POP repair with mesh is more effective than traditional non-mesh repair in all patients with POP." Further, the treatment "may expose patients to greater risk." Mesh can begin to erode into the vaginal walls or other organs within a year after surgery. It may tighten or shift, causing it to protrude into the vaginal canal.
Injured women may experience: Erosion, and possible exposure or extrusion, of mesh through vaginal tissue Perforation of pelvic organs, bowels and blood vessels Pelvic pain and difficulty moving Abdominal pressure Recurrence of POP Vaginal discharge and infections Vaginal bleeding Vagina scarring or shortening Urinary incontinence
Those are the transvaginal mesh injuries that can hinder any number of activities, including sitting, walking and having sexual intercourse. The physical and emotional harm can affect women's work, relationships and daily activities.
Although patients were assured that having transvaginal mesh inserted is a low-risk procedure, its complications can be life-changing. These complications led hundreds of women to file lawsuits against device manufacturers, claiming an insufficient amount of testing was performed and results evaluated before the devices came on the market.
The vaginal mesh lawyers at Bernstein Liebhard LLP are already representing numerous women in transvaginal mesh lawsuits, and understand what you are going through. They can evaluate your case for free, and give you sound advice on the best way to proceed.View Thread
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