High Point, NC Transvaginal Mesh Lawyers Weaver & Associates
Vaginal Mesh Lawyer High Point, NC
Weaver & Associates Transvaginal Mesh Law
Received Vaginal Mesh Injuries?
Transvaginal Mesh Cases
Pelvic organ prolapse is a condition which women suffer due to childbirth and also during menopause or after receiving a hysterectomy. Some women having POP following a transvaginal mesh surgery and could not experience POP without immediately exhibiting symptoms.
Because doctors were seeking to avoid other procedures such as hysterectomies that carry higher rates for failure, transvaginal mesh surgeries were used to treat the POP. Some of the devices included bladder slings, vaginal mesh, and other devices specific to use in SUI (stress urinary incontinence.)
Why Mesh Patients File Lawsuits
Physicians hailed transvaginal mesh as low-risk and it received breakthrough status in the medical field at too fast a rate. Due to this, almost 500,000 women had vaginal mesh surgery to treatment.
Mesh unfortunately begins to erode into the walls of the vagina and other organs in the pelvic region even in some cases immediately after surgery. The vaginal mesh can also shift, tighten, or protrude from the body as well as into the vaginal canal.
Females injured in Transvaginal mesh complication lawsuits could experience the following:
- Vaginal mesh erosion
- Perforation into bowels, blood vessels, and pelvic organs
- Severe pelvic pain and difficulty moving
- Severe pressure in abdomin
- Pelvic Organ Prolapse Recurrence
- Infection or discharge of vagina
- Severe pain during intercourse
- Urinary incontinence
- Shortening or scarring of vagina
- Vaginal bleeding