Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuits

Unfortunately, many women suffered for years with the defective products, as doctors were not aware of the potential injuries after using the product.

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Transvaginal Mesh Problems

Transvaginal mesh, a product used to treat pelvic prolapse in women, can have serious, even devastating side effects, which has led to a significant number of transvaginal mesh lawsuits. Women who received the mesh report pelvic pain, vaginal mesh erosion, perforation of the bladder, hemorrhaging and many other medical conditions, some of which have led to permanent injury and even death. Unfortunately, many women suffered for years with the defective products, as doctors were not aware of the potential injuries after using the product.

Uses for Transvaginal Mesh

More than 20 years ago, transvaginal mesh was developed in order to treat pelvic organ prolapse, a condition in which the pelvic muscles in women weaken, often after childbirth. As the muscles weaken, the bladder, rectum and uterus can drop into the vagina, causing incontinence and other problems. Another version of the product, known as the bladder sling, was used to treat urinary incontinence, a condition where urine is involuntarily lost from the bladder. In some women, the incontinence can be severe and life-altering. Many of these women have now entered into transvaginal mesh lawsuits as the product not only caused them further medical problems, but, many times, failed to work properly. The Carse Law Firm has provided assistance for many women who still suffered from incontinence and other conditions even after the mesh was inserted.

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The Carse Law Firm can provide you or a loved one with advice regarding transvaginal mesh lawsuits. If you are suffering from pain, incontinence or other problems after a mesh implant, call the Carse Law Firm at 877-865-2580 or 972-CALL-TOM today. You can also schedule your free, no obligation consultation by visiting our website. If a loved one has died due to complications caused by transvaginal mesh, a wrongful death lawsuit may be in order, and Tom Carse can provide the expertise you need to get what you deserve.

Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuits August 17, 2014