Pelvic Mesh

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Pelvic Mesh FAQs
If you are considering surgery that requires pelvic mesh, or were injured by pelvic mesh during a recent surgery, you probably have a number of questions. Here are answers to some frequently asked questions about pelvic mesh and its litigation. What does pelvic mesh do? Surgical mesh was originally developed ... READ MORE

Pelvic Mesh Recall and Warnings
Pelvic mesh surgery is a highly controversial process. Pelvic mesh implants are used to keep internal organs in place. There has been no official government recall of pelvic mesh, but the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued several warnings about this product.1,2 Uses of pelvic mesh Doctors ... READ MORE

Symptoms Post Surgery or Complications
Many health problems can occur after pelvic mesh surgery, especially when doctors use it in transvaginal operations. The concerns are so serious that thousands of incident reports have been submitted to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The FDA says complications from pelvic mesh surgery are ... READ MORE

What to Do with a Pelvic Mesh Infection
Pelvic organ prolapse (POP) is a common condition that affects women who have had children or a hysterectomy or suffer from urinary incontinence.1 In the United States, tens of thousands of procedures to correct POP are performed each year. One of the most common prolapse repair methods includes the ... READ MORE

Alternatives to Pelvic Mesh
In July 2011, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that surgical mesh posed risks for women seeking to have pelvic organ prolapse (POP) repaired.1 The FDA estimates that as many as 100,000 surgeries were performed in 2010 alone for women suffering from POP. Some women seeking this surgery ... READ MORE

Basics of a Pelvic Mesh Bladder Sling
After childbirth, menopause, and even hysterectomies, some women find that the muscles that support internal organs weaken.1 Pelvic organs, including the uterus, bowels, and bladder, slip out of place, resulting in pain and other problems. To correct problems with urinary incontinence and prolapse problems, ... READ MORE

Filing a Lawsuit for a Pelvic Mesh Injury
Pelvic mesh or bladder mesh is a common solution to the problem of pelvic prolapse.1 Many women use transvaginal mesh or pelvic mesh without any problems, but others experience side effects. If you or a loved one has experienced pelvic mesh complications or injury, you may be able to file a pelvic mesh ... READ MORE

Finding an Attorney for a Pelvic Mesh Lawsuit
If you have suffered from injuries associated with the use of pelvic mesh during surgery, you may be looking for legal advice. A personal injury lawyer can help you determine if you are eligible to file a lawsuit for compensation. Pelvic mesh lawsuits Pelvic mesh is a surgical material used to support ... READ MORE

Pelvic Mesh Erosion
Pelvic organ prolapse is a condition in which the pelvic organs drop out of their usual places. Prolapse can cause complications that include urinary incontinence. When doctors insert pelvic mesh vaginally to move women’s internal organs into position, this procedure can do more harm than good. Adverse ... READ MORE

Pelvic Mesh Brands
It is possible for the pelvic organs in a woman’s body to slip out of place. This condition, known as pelvic organ prolapse1, occurs when the muscles and ligaments supporting the pelvic region become weaker. Different treatment options are available, depending on the nature of the prolapse. One of ... READ MORE

 

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