Surgical Mesh Patient's Hotline Established:
Toll Free: 1-800-397-4046
Toll Free: 1-800-397-4046
If you have recently received a transvaginal mesh support as a treatment for pelvic organ prolapse or urinary leakage contact our experienced female attorney (former nurse) now to discuss fully the risks associated with the procedure.
The FDA has recently issued a warning against using synthetic transvaginal mesh as a treatment for pelvic organ prolapse. FDA: the implants have been linked to increased infection risk, urinary complications, bowel, bladder and blood vessel perforations. In addition there is risk of an additional pelvic prolapse and sexual complications.
Our female attorneys experienced in the complications and risks associated with vaginal mesh, we understand the sensitive nature of discussing symptoms and are available immediately for a free and confidential case review.
Fill out the form to the right for a simple no obligation legal review with a female nurse and attorney, to discuss the health risk, and because you could be entitled to significant compensation for the suffering you and your family have endured.
The transvaginal mesh procedure has been used to repair pelvic organ prolapse, which happens when the pelvic organs become dislodged from their proper location. The connective vaginal tissue is stiched back into place, repairing the dislodgement between the vaginal wall and muscle. Common procedures used include transvaginal mesh slings, and the transvaginal tape system have been found to deteriorate, causing mesh erosion, infections, urinary incontinence and abdominal pain.
Mesh is a permanent synthetic material that has been widely used in surgical procedures most commonly for hernia repair treatments. The mesh is intended to provide a netting of support material to help repair the tissue tearing that occured during the pelvic organ prolapse. The varying degrees of severety of the prolapse dictate how extensive of meshing is needed to repair the damaged tissues. Prior to the FDA warning vaginal mesh prolapse surgery was considered relatively safe with few risks.
An alternative to the transvaginal mesh surgery is the vaginal pessary for prolapse procedure which involves the installation of a pessary device which supports the vagina. As an alternative to vaginal prolapse surgery the pessaries have proven successful, though the pessaries require replacing every 3 to 6 months.
A vaginal prolapse is a condition most commonly diagnosed through the symptoms of constipation, bowel emptying problems, bladder problems, sexual intercourse problems or by the discovery of a vaginal lump. The symptoms are caused by the pelvic organs, namely the bladder, uterus and or bowel protrudes into the vagina.
It is important to act quickly when filing a transvaginal mesh lawsuit as regulations limit the amount of time victims of complications have to report a claim and pursue your legal rights. Contact our female vaginal mesh attorneys to discuss what you need to know for your health and legal well being today.
© 2015 McDonald Worley Attorneys At Law - Disclaimer - Privacy - Google+ - Facebook - Twitter - Legal Blog
1770 St. James Place, Suite 100 | Houston, Texas 77056 | Toll Free Phone: (800) 610-2001 | Phone: (713) 523-5500