Transvaginal mesh, also known as pelvic mesh or bladder slings, is a popular surgically implanted mesh device which is used to treat pelvic organ prolapse (POP) and stress urinary incontinence (SUI) in women. Both these conditions are seen in older women specially after child birth. A growing number of reports have been filed to the…Details
If you’ve never had your pelvic floor released, consider hunting down an integrative structural specialist: It’s a weird sensation, for sure, and generally reveals a shocking revelation. While you might assume that this muscle web that acts as a “hammock” for your undercarriage would be stretched out (particularly if you’ve had kids), it’s generally the…Details
Modern medicine can improve our quality of life in many ways. An increasing number of procedures keep us healthy and active, and new, innovative treatments help alleviate pain and increase independence. Even issues that frequently plague women, like stress urinary incontinence (SUI), are easily and quickly corrected surgically. Unfortunately, when transvaginal mesh is used to…Details
Thousands of women throughout the United States are pursuing financial settlements against the manufacturers of transvaginal mesh and bladder sling products, after suffering erosion of the mesh into the vagina, damage to the uterus or other internal organs, pelvic pain and other complications following surgery to repair pelvic organ prolapse (POP) or female stress urinary…Details
SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Victims of transvaginal mesh implantation who have endured debilitating side effects today urged all women who have had the procedure or corrective surgery and suffer severe problems to come forward before the manufacturers responsible for the device slam the door on future claims.Details
From Mesh Medical Device News Desk – a resource for news and information on this dark chapter in women’s health.
It appears women are the recipients of many sketchy medical devices that bypass any safety checks we assume are being conducted by the Food and Drug Administration before entering the market.Details