If you or someone close to you has experienced Vaginal Mesh complications, you may be legally eligible for relief.
What is Vaginal Mesh?
Also called a “hammock” or a “sling,” vaginal mesh is a surgical mesh reinforcement used to treat POP and stress urinary incontinence (SUI) in women. These conditions occur when, as a result of age, childbirth, hysterectomy, or menopause, a woman’s pelvic muscles stretch and weaken to the point where they can no longer completely support nearby organs. As the muscles lose their retaining power, the bladder, bowel, urethra and even the uterus can drop, bulging into the vagina.
Many women can live with the condition, but others experience symptoms like pressure, pain, SUI, constipation, and sexual problems. Vaginal mesh repair is one of several surgical options. During the procedure, the surgeon uses a surgical mesh to help reinforce the vaginal wall and provide an additional supporting layer to organs like the bladder or urethra. Many women experience symptom improvement with the device, others experience vaginal mesh complications like pain,erosion, urinary incontinence, pain, bleeding, painful intercourse and infection.
Manufactures of Vaginal Mesh
Bard, J & J, American Medical Systems, and Boston Scientific.
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