Indications Of Transvaginal Mesh Organ Perforation & Other Problems
Thousands of women have experienced adverse effects due to their transvaginal mesh implants. The most commonly experienced adverse side effect is probably Pelvic Organ Prolapse or organ perforation. Clear Injury has compiled a legal defense team to help victims of transvaginal mesh organ perforation. Give us a call or fill out the form on this page, we’re here to help at no upfront cost to you or your family! Here’s a brief overview of the related adverse side effects:
POP – Pelvic Organ Prolapse
Pelvic Organ Prolapse (commonly known as transvaginal mesh organ perforation) illness occurs when the organs fall into vaginal canal due to week pelvic muscles. It often happens to women after pregnancy, hysterectomies, and menopause. The vaginal tissue begins to weaken which these muscles intends to hold up internal organs of women. Surgeons may recommend to place a piece of mesh. The condition may vary depending on the organs involved, the mesh usually placed on the front, back and top wall of vagina.
The Mesh will serve as the vessel to keep internal organs such as bladder uterus and rectum that drops from its normal place in the belly. Women who suffers from this kind of illness can be very uncomfortable. Pelvic organ prolapse can get worst if you put some pressure on you belly such as pelvic organ tumors, frequent constipation, continues cough, and obesity or overweight.
Symptoms of Pelvic Organ Prolapse
Pain during sexual intercourse
Problems with your bowels
Feels like there is something that is falling out of your vagina
Feels like full in your lower belly
Needs to urinate a lot
SUI – Stress Urinary Incontinence
Stress Urinary Incontinence occurs when the internal organ called bladder leaks urine during intense physical activities. It happens when you lift something heavy, intense exercise and coughing. This type of illness are common in women who had more than one pregnancy. The urine flows out from your bladder through the urethra.
Symptoms of Stress Urinary Incontinence
Pain during sexual intercourse
Unpleasant odor of vagina
Unary tract infection
Irritation of Vulva
What is Transvaginal Mesh?
Transvaginal Mesh is designed to hold up the stomach’s internal organs due to weakened muscles. It is made from polypropylene and was intended to resolve POP and SUI. Surgeons can place the mesh abdominally quick and less invasive. Moreover Transvaginal Mesh Organ Perforation was approved by FDA (Food and Drug Administration) in The United States. Unfortunately, not all products are reliable and safe. Some of these products contribute serious complication such as infections and erosions. According to research there are about 40,000 Transvaginal Mesh lawsuits in Southern District of West Virginia.
What are the signs and symptoms of Transvaginal mesh organ perforation?
Most women who undergone with mesh failure are experiencing perforation from their internal organs. This happens when the mesh begins to damage bladder and bowel to bleed. It is a deadly occurrence which needs to be treated right away. Other symptoms include vaginal scar, vaginal shrinkage and extreme pain. If these symptoms often occurs it is highly recommended to consult doctors immediately. Many victims of a faulty transvaginal mesh implant have already sought compensation, one woman in California recently won 5.5 million dollars in her vaginal mesh settlement.
You can file lawsuits against manufacturers and you may qualify for compensation as a result of any damages or pain and suffering caused by a defective transvaginal mesh implant. You can fill our online form or call us directly today at (888) 260-9494. If you’ve experienced transvaginal mesh organ perforation, do NOT delay, you must act fast!