What is Transvaginal Mesh?
Transvaginal Mesh is polypropylene device which is used to repair pelvic organ prolapsed (POP) or stress urinary incontinence (SUI). Doctors surgically implanted this synthetic device through the vagina to hold up the organs that had fallen out of place or to help women who were having urinary leakage.
What are the side effects of Transvaginal mesh?
The mesh disintegrates causing many issues in the body.
Some of the side effects include internal bleeding, infections, erosion, organ perforation, severe pain, pain during intercourse, vaginal scarring, vaginal shrinking, and recurrence of the prolapse or incontinence.
As a result of the complications, many individuals have also had to have surgery to remove a portion of the mesh removed or the whole mesh removed.
What are your legal rights?
If you or a loved one has had a synthetic Transvaginal mesh implanted and suffered pain, infections, or other injury, call us today for a free consultation. Dealing with pharmaceutical device injuries can be a distressing and trying experience. We have an experienced team of attorneys and staff members who focus on these types of situations and we’re here to help you navigate through your ordeal.