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Billings, MT Transvaginal Mesh Attorneys Weaver & Associates | Injury Lawsuit
BREAKING NEWS: Weaver & Associates Investigating Fosamax Femur Cases & Vaginal Mesh Injuries
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    Main Reasons To File Mesh Injury Lawsuit

    Though physicians announced that mesh was low-risk, they really opened their mouth to hail the treatment option too quickly and nearly 500,000 women had mesh surgery prior to understanding the true dangers.

    Vaginal Mesh for treatment can lead to more problems such as erosion into the vaginal wall immediately or delayed after surgery. The vaginal mesh sometimes can also shift, or even in severe cases can protrude from the body. The mesh can also tighten, causing painful intercourse.

    Those who have been injured by having implants used in transvaginal mesh surgeries experience these kinds of complications:

    • Bowell Perforation
    • Vaginal Mesh Erosion
    • Blood vessel perforation
    • Pelvic organ perforation
    • Difficulty moving
    • Pain in Pelvic region
    • Pain in abdominal region
    • Infection of vagina
    • POP Recurrence
    • Discharge from vagina
    • Painful intercourse
    • Vaginal scarring
    • SUI
    • Vaginal shortening
    • Vaginal bleeding

    Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuits

    Because physicians sought to avoid procedures like hysterectomies which hold higher failure rates, vaginal mesh surgery was used instead to medically treat the pelvic organ prolapse or SUI (stress urinary incontinence.)