Transvaginal Mesh Implant Complications
NOTE: The transvaginal mesh cases we were retained in, to represent women injured by these devices, have resolved. As a result, we are no longer taking new cases. This page is solely a resource to our current clients to provide updates when they are available.
Transvaginal mesh implants came under increased scrutiny by both doctors and patients after the FDA issued a detailed report, revealing that thousands of women may have been unnecessarily exposed to a significant risk of injuries included erosion, urinary problems and other complications related to the transvaginal mesh implant.
Thousands of women had a vaginal mesh or bladder sling implanted; however, reports began surfacing of complications and injuries that may be linked to this surgical mesh used to treat Stress Urinary Incontinence and Pelvic Organ Prolapse.
Symptoms of Transvaginal Mesh Complications
- Erosion of the mesh into the vagina
- Pelvic Pain
- Vaginal Pain
- Injury to nearby organs
- Urinary problems
- Hardening of the vaginal mesh
- Difficulty during sex after vaginal surgery
The transvaginal mesh manufacturers that were investigated related to these devices included:
- Boston Scientific
- Johnson & Johnson