Transvaginal Mesh Complications

If you feel you have been harmed by Transvaginal Mesh complications, submit your information. We are here to help.

Since the late 2000’s the FDA has received thousands of complaints related to complications stemming from transvaginal placement of surgical mesh. Transvaginal mesh has traditionally been used to treat pelvic organ prolapse (POP) and stress urinary incontinence (SUI) in women. In some cases, the mesh can begin to erode through the vaginal walls or other organs within weeks or months after surgery. These transvaginal mesh injuries can hinder any number of activities, including sitting, walking and sexual intercourse. The physical and emotional harm can affect women’s work, relationships and daily activities. Some experts argue that the surgical mesh is not safe for transvaginal placement and was not properly tested before being implanted into women.

If you or someone you know have suffered from pain or complications because of Transvaginal Mesh, we are here to help. Simply fill out the form to learn more.

Participating in a transvaginal mesh class-action lawsuit may be another option for women who have been injured by pelvic surgical mesh. However, forming a class action is a special legal process, and once claimants decide to participate in the class, they waive their right to file a separate lawsuit. We can connect you with a qualified lawyer and together we can work to get you the compensation you deserve.

To read the FDA’s updated report on the subject, click here.