Have you suffered pain or injury from a transvaginal mesh implant?

You may be entitled to FINANCIAL COMPENSATION!

woman in pain

To treat stress urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse in women, transvaginal mesh is a common procedure. It is intended to permanently repair SUI and POP conditions which are often seen in women post-hysterectomy, menopause or childbirth.

The surgical technique to implant transvaginal mesh was approved by the FDA as the makers of these devices labeled them safe and effective than the existing traditional methods.

The dangers and complications of transvaginal mesh have been in news for a long time. So if you are planning to undergo the treatment, make sure you have a detailed discussion with your physician about:

  • are there any alternative treatments available
  • what would be the benefits of this procedure
  • what are the additional risks involved
  • how will the implant procedure go on
  • what kind of mesh will be used
  • what to do in case there is any complication post the surgery

Mesh erosion and organ perforation

The most common serious side effect of the implant is mesh erosion which takes place through the vaginal wall. The likely solution is to do a mesh removal surgery which is a complicated procedure and can cause further damage to the weakened area. Some women have complained about persistent health issues even with multiple mesh surgeries and can file for transvaginal mesh lawsuit to claim their damage.

The consequences of mesh erosion are severe as it can cause damage to the nearby organs such as large intestines, bladder, uterus or urethra. In fact, the chances of organ perforation are high during the implant surgery itself but mesh erosion increases the risk of internal damage.

The other following injuries are certainly not as severe as mesh erosion or organ perforation but can also lead to file for vaginal mesh lawsuit:

  • Urinary tract infections which require constant antibiotic treatment
  • Vaginal scarring which makes regular intercourse difficult
  • Nerve damage causing loss of sensation or recurring pain
  • Vaginal shrinkage resulting in pain and discomfort
  • Emotional turmoil as it affects regular quality life

FDA’s warning

FDA reclassified transvaginal surgical mesh from a moderate-risk device to a high-risk one. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration gave the manufacturers 30 months to verify their products as safe and effective as they initially advertised. The latest mesh lawsuit update allows the victim to file a claim for reimbursement of the entire medical expenses, wage loss, and the injuries suffered as FDA released warning about the scope of serious health complications and side effects of the mesh implant.

Legal claims for the loss

Do you know you might be entitled to financial compensation if you suffered any injury or pain from a transvaginal mesh implant? Call the toll-free number 1-888-727-1064 to find out whether your claims meet the criteria to litigate your case . A team of TVM specialist attorneys can help you determine the bladder mesh lawsuit & complications and attain compensation for the losses incurred. You’ll be able to retain a legal team that is well versed in product liability law and zealously pursue your claim despite any challenge from the manufacturers who have a well-funded medical defense.

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The FDA recently issued a warning that Transvaginal Mesh can cause serious side effects and complications. If you’re suffering from a Mesh implant or bladder sling, you may be entitled to significant compensation and even surgical help to potentially correct your complications. If you or a loved one are suffering as a result of a Transvaginal mesh, call us right now.

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Up to now, there have been verdicts totaling MILLIONS of dollars for victims like you, but there are strict deadlines to file your claim

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