The attorneys at our St. Louis law offices can help with Transvaginal Mesh lawsuits. They take a caring stance for their clients and put forth the effort necessary to help make them whole again.
You may be one of the thousands of women who have experienced preventable complications involving defective transvaginal mesh. You may have questions about whether the surgical mesh caused your problems and whether you have a valid legal claim.
Transvaginal Mesh implants are also commonly referred to as a pelvic mesh, surgical mesh, or bladder sling. These medical devices are implanted in women after undergoing treatment for pelvic organ prolapse (POP) or stress urinary
When transvaginal mesh was introduced to the market in the late 1990s, it was presented as an easier fix for prolapse and incontinence compared with traditional surgery. In the procedure, doctors surgically implant a piece of synthetic mesh through the vagina to support organs that have prolapsed, or fallen out of place. To treat incontinence, doctors use a smaller piece of mesh known as a bladder sling.
Noted side effects that may lead to further treatment and a Transvaginal Mesh lawsuit include:
· Sexual pain
· Urinary Issues
· Mesh Extrusion or Protrusion in the vaginal area
· Serious pain
· Organ perforation
· Persistent bleeding
In 2008, the FDA had issued a warning about the use of Transvaginal Mesh implants due to the number of adverse effects that had been reported. They have further updated this finding to explain that their initial estimate of these being rare occurrences was not true.
The lawyers at Brown & Brown will work with you to recover compensation and appropriate, corrective medical treatment, if you are suffering from the side effects of a Transvaginal Mesh. Currently, there is no large class action lawsuit, and studies show that you will be treated better as a one-on-one case in regards to anything such as a Transvaginal Mesh lawsuit.
These are not cases to be taken lightly. The side effects from a Transvaginal Mesh could be discomforting or severely impact your quality of life. It could lead to multiple hospital visits or stays to correct. In the worst-case scenarios, it could even lead to death.
If you or a loved one has suffered from the negative side effects if a Transvaginal Mesh implant, you deserve to be compensated for your losses. Contact Brown & Brown, Attorneys at law in St Louis & Fairview Heights for a consultation regarding your Transvaginal Mesh lawsuit.
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