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Transvaginal mesh (TVM), a Boston Scientific, Coloplast, American Medical Systems, C.R. Bard, Ethicon, Cook Medical and Neomedic product, is a net-like implant usually made of a plastic material called polypropylene. The mesh is used for women who undergo surgical treatment for pelvic organ prolapse (POP) and stress urinary inconsistence (SUI). Doctors most commonly insert the mesh through the vagina.
Unfortunately, in many cases the pelvic mesh has caused major complications such as mesh erosion and perforation of the patient's organs. Other side effects include: vaginal epithelium erosion, serious infections, bowel perforation, bladder perforation, return of pelvic organ prolapse, pain, and scaring and urinary incontinency.
Transvaginal mesh manufacturers are now being sued for a variety of complications due to the implantation of the device. The companies that produce the pelvic mesh failed to do proper research and testing on the devices before using it in hundreds of thousands of pelvic organ prolapse (POP) and stress urinary incontinence (SUI) correction surgeries.
Pelvic mesh has gone beyond the scope of just causing internal damage, affecting victims' recreation, social activities, and even intimacy. TVM claims are adding pain and suffering to encompass the life-altering changes brought on by these injuries.
Due to the lack of warning to patients and doctors about the risks and of migration and perforation of the uterus along with several other life threatening complications that may be associated with TVM, thousands of women to date, have filed for transvaginal mesh lawsuits seeking compensation for damages caused by the pelvic mesh device. Currently seven manufacturers are set to settle cases worth millions to women adversely affected. If you or a loved one have suffered from serious complications that may be due to pelvic mesh surgery ACT NOW you may qualify for the substantial compensation you deserve.