Transvaginal Mesh Implant
Have you undergone a pelvic mesh surgery? If so, it can cause life-threatening injuries.
If you or someone love has one has undergone a pelvic procedure involving the implantation of transvaginal mesh, you may develop complications or painful symptoms that are serious, and could even result in death. Frequently referred to as a bladder sling or pelvic mesh, transvaginal mesh implants are intended to support a woman’s internal organs. However, a number of women – some 70,000 lawsuits have already been filed – have suffered or are suffering from pain, infection, erosion of the mesh, or other painful problems. Some of the symptoms you may suffer include:
- Organ Perforation
- Painful Sexual Intercourse
- Painful Urination
- Vaginal Mesh Erosion
- Vaginal Scarring
How dangerous are mesh implants?
Extremely. So much so that the FDA raised their concern level in 2011 due to the increasing number of problem cases across the nation. The report suggested that claims were so prevalent that doctors should seek alternative methods to treat pelvic organ prolapse – and not use bladder slings or pelvic mesh. The most common problems with these devices are that they can 1) erode or deteriorate, or 2) become brittle and break apart, causing sharp slivers of synthetic material to puncture the bladder or rectum. The result is potential life-threatening infections, organ damage, and painful inflammation.
We can help
If you, or a family member, have been implanted with a bladder sling or pelvic mesh, we would like to hear from you. It is possible that you have a legitimate lawsuit and are entitled to a financial settlement to recoup losses, damages, and accrued medical bills. Please contact us at once. Do not delay or postpone because the time frame in which you took the medication could factor into your eligibility. We will be happy to speak with you and listen to your story. If you’re eligible, we’ll do our best to see that you get the help you deserve.