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How Faulty Transvaginal Mesh Implanting Leads To Serious Complications And Conditions
Transvaginal mesh is a synthetic net-like substance–typically constructed from polypropylene plastic–that is inserted to provide support to repair a damaged vaginal wall, to support the urethra, to fix pelvic organ prolapse (POP), or to fix stress urinary incontinence (SUI).
The mesh is designated as a “transvaginal” because the surgical implant procedure goes through the vagina in what can often be a complex, lengthy procedure.
The procedure is also one that has the potential for serious problems if done improperly or if the mesh material itself is faulty.
Some of the most serious complications of a transvaginal mesh implant may include:
- Lower back pain
- Chronic vaginal drainage
- Pain and bleeding
- Infections and scarring
- Bowel, bladder, or blood vessel perforation
- Additional reparatory surgeries
Reports and Studies Link Faulty Transvaginal Mesh Implant Cases On The Rise
According to a Yale Medicine report “The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently halted sales of surgical mesh devices used for transvaginal repair of pelvic organ prolapse (POP).
“The FDA said that the manufacturers of the devices used for this type of pelvic organ prolapse repair had not demonstrated a reasonable assurance of their safety or effectiveness by the FDA deadline.
“Complications reported in lawsuits against the manufacturers—which have resulted in nearly $8 billion in settlements to 100,000 women—include bleeding, pain, inflammation, and infections.”
We believe that victims of faulty transvaginal mesh implants and their families should be able to address the doctors and institutions that were allegedly the source of the faulty surgeries and get the compensation and justice they deserve.
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