Studies indicate that approximately 10% of women who undergo pelvic prolapse surgery with mesh devices will experience one or more complications within a year of having the procedure.
In women who undergo surgery for urinary problems with transvaginal mesh, removal of the device may be difficult or impossible once it is in place. For this reason, patients who suffer serious side effects after vaginal mesh surgery may not...
Research indicates that up to 10% of women who undergo bladder prolapse surgery with mesh devices will suffer serious side effects within a year of having the procedure.
Recent studies have found that when transvaginal mesh patches become displaced, they can perforate the bladder, which can lead to life-threatening consequences if the problem is not treated in a timely manner.
Dyspareunia, or painful sexual intercourse, is one of the serious complications recently linked to the placement of transvaginal mesh.
Suffer serious complications after being implanted with transvaginal mesh? Are you interested in filing a class action lawsuit against the manufacturers? If so, we can help.
The first meeting is scheduled to take place today between law firms involved in federal Coloplast transvaginal mesh lawsuits and the U.S. District Judge who is presiding over the multidistrict litigation established for the cases.