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Richmond, CA Vaginal Mesh Law Offices Of Weaver & Associates | Injury Lawsuit
BREAKING NEWS: Weaver & Associates Investigating Fosamax Femur Cases & Vaginal Mesh Injuries
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    Richmond, CA Vaginal Mesh Law Offices Of Weaver & Associates

    Transvaginal Mesh Firm in Richmond

    Trust Weaver & Associates To Help!

    Weaver & Associates Mesh Law 800-403-6902

    Complete our form to the right hand of this page and we’ll quickly respond with your options and a free vaginal mesh injury consultation. You can also call the number (800) 403-6902 for fastest response.

    Main Injuries Leading To Vaginal Mesh Lawsuit

    People who have received severe injuries from mesh implants experience these complications:

    • Vaginal Erosion
    • Vaginal bleeding
    • Bowell Perforation
    • Difficulty moving
    • Blood vessel perforation
    • Pelvic organ perforation
    • Painful sensation in pelvis
    • Infection in vagina and/or pelvic region
    • Painful sensation in abdomin
    • POP Recurrence
    • Discharge out of vagina
    • Scarring in Vaginal
    • Painful experience in intercourse
    • Stress Urinary Incontenence
    • Vaginal shortening

    Our Lawyers Investigating Complications

    Many women unfortunately are experiencing serious complications following transvaginal mesh operations. Although we can’t guarantee that we’ll restore your health, the time is now to hire our experienced vaginal mesh law team to file your lawsuit and hold manufacturers accountable of these harmful mes devices.

    The FDA has recognized transvaginal mesh as a major cause of harmful complications. The Food & Drug Administration has already taken more than 5,000 complaints, stating that FDA officials are concerned with high rates of adverse events that have been.

    The Vaginal Mesh Legal and Medical Debate

    OBGyn’s and Surgeons used vaginal mesh typically for repairing POP (pelvic organ prolapse) or SUI (stress urinary incontinence). POP refers to the condition where tissues holding pelvic organs become weakened or damaged through childbirth, hysterectomies, or onset of menopause . FDA officials state that between 30 and 50 % of women can develop POP through normal course of their lives. However, this alleged and intended mesh cure to handle the original medical problem can lead to a lifetime of mental and extreme physical problems.