At the very start I was confused about the topic of vaginal mesh lawsuit. To tell the truth, I didn’t understand vaginal mesh and I was not widely read in law. I used the Google search engine to obtain information on the Web. Vaginal mesh, also known as a bladder sling or pelvic mesh, is a product that often implanted surgically into the vaginal area of a woman to inhibit chances of pelvic organ prolapse or POP.

And wiki said,” Uterine prolapse (or Pelvic organ prolapse) occurs when the female pelvic organs fall from their normal position, into or through the vagina. Occurring in women of all ages, it is more common as women age, particularly in those who have delivered large babies or had exceedingly long pushing phases of labor. Smoking, obesity, connective tissue disorders, upper respiratory disorders and repetitive strain injuries can all increase prolapse risk.”

In July 2011, the FDA issued a release focusing on the risks of vaginal mesh implants. Vaginal mesh has been connected with many serious and devastating internal injuries for women, including:

  • Urinary Problems
  • Pain During Intercourse
  • Vaginal Scarring
  • Multiple Occurrences of Prolapse
  • Mesh Erosion into the Vagina
  • Perforations within the Bladder, Bowel and Blood Vessels
  • Organ Injuries
  • Infection

So if you have recently been diagnosed with severe injuries internally & have vaginal mesh, you may be entitled to legal compensation. How can we make the claim? You can use the form which is offered by the Newsome Law Firm to provide information for a free and confidential case evaluation. They can help us! It looks awesome.