Thousands of Women Threatened by Transvaginal Mesh

November 21, 2011

According to the consumer advocacy group, Public Citizen, more than 67,000 women in the United States had a mesh medical device implanted in their bodies for bladder control reasons last year alone. Although the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has warned the pharmaceutical community of the risks of transvaginal mesh products for more than six years, manufacturers continue to subject improperly warned patients to the threats associated with this dangerous drug.


The attorneys at Fears Nachawati are helping victims of this recklessness fight back. If you’ve been treated with a mesh device for bladder problems like urinary incontinence, you should contact our experts immediately. Thousands of women have reported problems with this medical device, including mesh contraction, infection, bleeding, organ perforation, and urinary problems. Help is available to you if you’ve suffered from any of these symptoms. Find out how we can help you secure justice. For your free consultation, call us at 1.866.545.8364 or email

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