Women who have experienced vaginal mesh erosion, bladder sling problems or other mesh side effects may have legal recourse. Serious complications have been associated with the transvaginal placement of meshes used to repair stress urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse, and women who have experienced mesh problems following surgery may be able to make a claim for monetary damages. If you have experienced an eroded mesh or suffered bladder sling problems, find out if you can participate in a vaginal mesh lawsuit to recover compensation for medical bills and other losses. Visit http://www.classaction.org/transvaginal-mesh.html today and complete the free case evaluation form for a no cost review of your vaginal mesh complications.
In October 2008, the FDA warned that trans vaginal meshes used in stress urinary incontinence and prolapse repair surgery had been associated with serious complications. During a three-year time span, the agency received more than 1000 reports of vaginal mesh complications
, including mesh infection, pelvic pain and urinary problems, from nine mesh manufacturers. Women also reported that their mesh eroded or that their pelvic organ prolapse or stress urinary incontinence returned. Vaginal scarring, pain during sex and bowel, bladder and blood vessel perforation during mesh insertion were among the other vaginal mesh problems reported.
The C.R. Bard Avaulta mesh is one of the mesh repair systems which has been associated with serious complications. Mesh erosion, infection and pelvic pain are among the Avaulta mesh complications experienced by some women implanted with the Avaulta Plus, Avaulta Solo or Avaulta Biosynthetic. Like women experiencing bladder sling problems, patients who have developed Avaulta mesh problems
following vaginal prolapse surgery may have legal recourse.
If your vaginal mesh eroded or you experienced bladder sling problems
, you may be able to participate in a legal action to recover financial compensation. A vaginal mesh lawsuit would allow women experiencing mesh problems the opportunity to obtain compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering and other losses resulting from their vaginal sling complications. To find out if you may be entitled to compensation, visit Class Action.org and take advantage of the site’s free case evaluation form. The vaginal mesh lawyers working with the site are offering this online legal consultation at no cost and remain committed to protecting the rights of women who experienced bladder sling problems and mesh complications.
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