Transvaginal Mesh Complications: A Tragic Post-Pregnancy Problem
Every year, thousands of women suffer pelvic organ prolapse (POP) and stress urinary incontinence (SUI) in the wake of pregnancy. These physical responses to pregnancy and other forces, such as menopause, weight loss, or menstruation, can be uncomfortable, embarrassing, and unhygienic. The risks of POP and SUI are real.
Unfortunately, the potential physical and emotional costs of transvaginal mesh devices, a medical response to POP and SUI, can be even higher. For years, some doctors have recommended that POP and SUI patients undergo a transvaginal mesh surgery and implant a mesh medical device. Tragically, these dangerous devices have an unusually high fail rate and have caused more than 1,000 patients to complain of discomfort, pain, and in some cases, severe physical and emotional injury.
Has your mother, wife, or child experienced physically painful or emotionally stressful symptoms as a result of their experience with a transvaginal mesh device? Their rights may have been violated. Fortunately for your family, the attorneys at Fears Nachawati have launched a class action lawsuit aimed at protecting the legal rights and financial interests of device victims like your loved one. Don’t let your family suffer in silence any longer. Join our effort to fight back! Contact us today for your free consultation. Just call us at 1.866.545.8364 or email email@example.com. We’re ready to fight for you!