What You Need to Know About Transvaginal Mesh Surgery
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Nearly half of women who have children develop pelvic organ prolapse (POP), a condition in which a lack of muscle support causes the bladder or another pelvic organ to push against the vagina. Symptoms include pelvic pressure, incontinence and pain with intercourse. This can be uncomfortable, inconvenient and even embarrassing. Many women opt for transvaginal mesh surgery as a way to relieve the symptoms and get their lives back.
When it works, transvaginal mesh surgery can be life-changing. When it doesn’t work, transvaginal mesh surgery also changes lives—but not for the better. Learn about transvaginal mesh injuries in our new report, Pain, Serious Injuries, and Death: The Frightening Complications of Transvaginal Mesh Implants.
In the report, our Wisconsin pharmaceutical injury attorneys describe why transvaginal mesh is used, the history of transvaginal mesh, complications associated with the medical device, and what you can do if you are a victim of transvaginal mesh injury. This report can help you make an informed decision if you are considering transvaginal mesh surgery. It is invaluable if you have already suffered a transvaginal mesh injury.
Let us help you hold the pharmaceutical companies accountable for your injury! Pain, Serious Injuries, and Death: The Frightening Complications of Transvaginal Mesh Implants is available at no charge to women in Wisconsin, Illinois and Iowa. Request your complimentary copy by filling out the online contact form on this page or by calling Hupy and Abraham at (800) 800-5678.