Transvaginal Mesh (TVM) is used for women to repair Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP) or Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI). The FDA has classified TVM as high risk and recommends that physicians obtain specialized training in the placement of TVM. Thousands of women have reported complications from TVM, and many are now turning to experienced defective medical device lawyers to seek the justice they deserve.
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In 2011, the FDA recalled certain transvaginal mesh devices and warned patients and doctors of the risks associated with transvaginal mesh, recommending the consideration of alternative treatments for SUI and POP.
Women who have received transvaginal mesh may be at risk for:
One of the difficulties with transvaginal mesh is that once it is woven into the vaginal wall, it is extremely difficult to remove or repair.
The manufacturers of Transvaginal Mesh who may be held responsible for your injuries in a lawsuit include:
At The Gilbert Law Group®, our attorneys are dedicated to fighting for justice for those who have fallen victim to defective medical devices. We understand that you trusted that the use of transvaginal mesh would improve your health. You never expected to suffer the severe side effects that many women do from these devices.
If you are suffering severe injuries because of complications with transvaginal mesh, you may be able to pursue a legal case against the manufacturer to receive compensation for your injuries.
Contact our Denver firm at (888) 711-5947. We take cases nationwide.
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