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1 877 522-2123 The Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuit Information Line has a Female New York Licensed Social Worker who listens to women on a daily basis concerning their complications with the Vaginal mesh. Vaginalmeshlawyer.org Mesh Lawyers are accepting cases on an individual basis as a part of the consolidated MDL's. The stories are endless and the horrors persist. Lives are ruined, marriages are in shambles and women are suffering. The vaginal Mesh is a Prolene substance used to repair uterine and bladder prolapse. The device are failing leaving women in agony.www.vaginalmeshlawyer.org
The prolapses are returning, there is erosion into the vaginal wall and various organs, bleeding, infection, increased incontinence, re-prolapse, pain during sexual intercourse, lower back pain, difficulty standing and working, and other complications. The FDA is reviewing the mesh devises and new reports are coming out daily. To date the products have not been removed form the market. The vaginal mesh manufacturers Include: Johnson & Johnson, C.R. Bard, Boston Scientific, American Medical Systems, and others Vaginalmeshhelpline.com. injurylawyernetwork.net

FDA FINDINGS


Mesh used in transvaginal POP repair introduces risks not present in traditional non-mesh surgery for POP repair.
Mesh placed abdominally for POP repair appears to result in lower rates of mesh complications compared to transvaginal POP surgery with mesh.
There is no evidence that transvaginal repair to support the top of the vagina (apical repair) or the back wall of the vagina (posterior repair) with mesh provides any added benefit compared to traditional surgery without mesh.
While transvaginal surgical repair to correct weakened tissue between the bladder and vagina (anterior repair) with mesh augmentation may provide an anatomic benefit compared to traditional POP repair without mesh, this anatomic benefit may not result in better symptomatic results.

Recommendations

Physicians should:

Obtain specialized training for each mesh placement technique, and be aware of its risks.
Be vigilant for potential adverse events from the mesh, especially erosion and infection.
Watch for complications associated with the tools used in transvaginal placement, especially bowel, bladder and blood vessel perforations.
Inform patients that implantation of surgical mesh is permanent, and that some complications associated with the implanted mesh may require additional surgery that may or may not correct the complication.
Inform patients about the potential for serious complications and their effect on quality of life, including pain during sexual intercourse, scarring, and narrowing of the vaginal wall (in POP repair).
Provide patients with a written copy of the patient labeling from the surgical mesh manufacturer, if available

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warns, “The most frequent complications included erosion through vaginal epithelium, infection, pain, urinary problems, and recurrence of prolapse and/or incontinence. There were also reports of bowel, bladder, and blood vessel perforation during insertion. In some cases, vaginal scarring and mesh erosion led to a significant decrease in patient quality of life due to discomfort and pain.”

The transvaginal mesh causes erosion through the vaginal epithelium, infection, urinary problems, recurrence of prolapse, pain, bowel, bladder or blood vessel perforation, recurrence of incontinence, vaginal scarring and painful sexual intercourse.

The Vaginal mesh helpline lawyers are accepting cases on an individual basis. If you are having complications with a vaginal mesh or bladder mesh product call the vaginal mesh helpline today vaginalmeshhelpline.com
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