Mesh Contraction: A Hidden Risk with Transvaginal Mesh Device
Thousands of American women who have relied on a transvaginal mesh device to repair their pelvic organ prolapse (POP) or stress urinary incontinence (SUI) are coming to realize the many, varied risks associated with this dangerous drug. One of the least discussed and most recently revealed risks associated with a vaginal mesh device is mesh contraction, also known as shrinkage. As a result of this post-operation shrinkage, patients have reported a number of symptoms, including vaginal shortening, vaginal tightening, and vaginal pain.
Have you experienced pelvic pain or discomfort in the weeks following the insertion of your transvaginal mesh? You’re not alone. Thousands of women have reported problems with this medical device, including mesh contraction, infection, bleeding, organ perforation, and urinary problems. Fortunately for you, the expert dangerous drug attorneys have launched a class action lawsuit against the makers of these dangerous devices. You still have time to join! Find out how you can secure justice by contacting us today. For your free consultation, call us at 1.866.545.8364 or email email@example.com.