Suffering from Transvaginal Mesh Side Effects?
MDL and Class Action Attorneys Want You to Find Justice
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warns that women who receive a transvaginal mesh implant may sustain serious personal injuries, and the complications may be severe. These synthetic and porous implants are used to treat the prolapse, or “drop,” of the pelvic organs, also called pelvic organ prolapse, or POP. A bladder prolapse is the most common organ problem that is treated with transvaginal mesh, but physicians have also used the device to treat the prolapse of the rectum, urethra, uterus and small bowel.
What Are the Transvaginal Mesh Implant Side Effects?
Thousands of women reported experiencing complications after the implant of transvaginal mesh devices. These complications include:
- Neuromuscular problems
- The mesh eroding through the vagina
- Vaginal scarring or shrinkage
- Urinary problems
- Pain, especially during intercourse
- Organ perforation
- Recurrent prolapse
Another complication women could face is the emotional suffering due to the stress of dealing with these transvaginal mesh side effects. Furthermore, it is not uncommon for entire families to suffer when a person is injured and can no longer work or provide financial or emotional support to others. If you or a loved one is experiencing medical problems after a transvaginal mesh implant, you should immediately seek legal advice and representation from our experienced pharmaceutical and medical device law firm.
Talk With the Zoll & Kranz Law Firm Today
The transvaginal mesh lawyers of Zoll & Kranz, LLC advocate the importance of drug and medical device safety for all consumers. We work on a national level to help victims through class action lawsuits and pharmaceutical Multi-district Litigation (MDL). Call 888-841-9623 for answers to your questions as well as to set up your free consultation with a female legal consultant about your potential transvaginal mesh injury claim. If you fill out our online contact form, someone from our office will be in touch with you shortly.
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