Pelvic mesh, vaginal mesh, bladder sling or as commonly known as transvaginal mesh is generally used for the treatment of pelvic organ prolapse (POP) and stress urinary incontinence (SUI) in adult women. The FDA approved of these surgical devices as the manufacturing companies marketed them to be a safe and effective alternative to treat these two conditions. Unfortunately, there are rising number of reports claiming how women are facing mesh complications.
The most common complications associated with the mesh surgery include the following which the transvaginal mesh lawyers take into account:
- Mesh erosion
- Obstruction in the urinary tract
- Damage in and around the pelvic blood vessel
- Pain during intercourse
- Infection and irritation in the genital organs
- Inconsistent bladder or bowel movement
Mesh implant complications
Of the many complications occurring from transvaginal mesh implant, mesh erosion is one of the most dangerous and commonly reported side effects. It needs to go through a series of mesh removal surgery to clear all the pieces of debris. Vaginal shrinkage, vaginal scarring, urinary tract infections, nerve damage and emotional tumult are the other commonly reported complications associated in a defective mesh surgery. Furthermore, some patients do not show any signs of complications until it becomes a complicated health condition. Even after the corrective surgery, it can bring back the original signs of POP and SUI.
The transvaginal mesh lawyers help the victims to file legal action against the manufacturing companies for misleading them with the meshes. The patients who have been harmed by the vaginal mesh implant can claim for reimbursement of the ongoing and future medical expenses, wage loss, inability to earn in future and pain and suffering. The manufacturing companies constantly advertised the mesh product even though there were reports about the severities of mesh implications. They failed to carry out thorough clinical study and research before releasing them into the market.
Do you know you might be eligible for financial compensation? Visit http://tvmalerts.net/ or dial 1-888-727-1064 to find out about the complications and the lawsuit procedure. You do not have to pay anything unless you are awarded with the compensation. So speak up to tell your story about the undue pain and suffering from the defective mesh implant.