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Temecula, CA Vaginal Mesh Lawyers of Weaver & Associates | Injury Lawsuit
BREAKING NEWS: Weaver & Associates Investigating Fosamax Femur Cases & Vaginal Mesh Injuries
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    Temecula, CA Vaginal Mesh Lawyers of Weaver & Associates

    Vaginal Mesh Lawyer Temecula

    Weaver & Associates Mesh Lawyers

    Call Our Attorneys at 800-403-6902

    Complications with vaginal mesh

    In the year 2008, the FDA issued its first of numerous safety warnings into the serious injuries caused by vaginal mesh. This was on the heels of complaints from over 1000 women regarding complications from their transvaginal surgeries. The number of victims mounted, leading to the 2011 FDA safety announcement. The transvaginal mesh alert disclosed publicly that women were at severe risk for complications due to vaginal mesh implantation.


    Conditions Which Accompany Vaginal Mesh Injuries

    Women who are experiencing severe injuries due to transvaginal mesh may experience the following:

    • Embarrasing, painful transvaginal mesh erosion
    • Protrusions of mesh into bowels
    • Severe pain
    • POP Returning
    • Infections
    • Intercourse severe pain
    • Stress Urinary incontenence
    • Scars
    • Bleeding

    Injury Cases Involving Transvaginal Mesh

    Vaginal mesh manufacturers are linked with a plethora of severe complications, including tissue damage, scarring, bladder and bowel perforation, as well as blood vessel damage. If someone had a recent surgery for implantation of vaginal mesh and then experienced severe or moderate complications whether they were after or during surgery, then they could qualify for financial compensation from the device’s manufacturer. The Food & Drug Administration has announced to the public that serious complications could result from the use of transvaginal mesh for treatment of POP or SUI. Women who have received transvaginal mesh implants who now are suffering from any of the complications above should call our offices at Weaver & Associates  to find out options for a lawsuit.