More Than 1,000 Victims Report Transvaginal Mesh Complications
According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), more than 1,000 victims in the last three years have reported complications with their transvaginal mesh devices. Typically, these devices were used in an attempt to repair POP and SUI. Tragically, however, in a number of these cases, the transvaginal mesh created more problems than it solved, including infection, pain, urinary problems, and a recurrence of prolapse. Although the FDA has yet to identify the specific contributing risk factors associated with transvaginal mesh complications, potential factors include mesh material, the size and shape of the transvaginal mesh, and the surgical technique used.
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