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Transvaginal Mesh Injuries

Complications Associated with Transvaginal Mesh Products

We are familiar with many of the uncomfortable, embarrassing and debilitating symptoms that are associated with pelvic organ prolapse and urinary incontinence. Many women pin all of their hopes on transvaginal mesh to resolve their pelvic disorders. However, the complications associated with transvaginal mesh that many women have experienced can be devastating -- and that's when you need solid legal advice from our Georgia mesh injury lawyers.

Call us today at (866) 354-3544 to learn how our surgical mesh attorneys can help you. We offer free consultations and have Northeast Georgia offices in Athens and Lake Oconee. You can also use our onlineform.

Compassionate Help, Aggressive Advocacy

At Blasingame, Burch, Garrard & Ashley, P.C., we won’t simply refer your case to another law firm. Instead, we will listen to your story, answer your questions and work with you to map out a path to legal relief.

We have helped hundreds of women from 20 states by providing thorough investigation and aggressive representation. We believe our aggressive advocacy also helps advance the cause of women’s healthcare and patient safety, and we are proud of our contribution to the improvement of women’s healthcare.

Our attorneys take a detail-oriented and sensitive approach to handling cases that involve transvaginal mesh complications. First, we can help you understand the surgery itself. Second, our law firm can evaluate how your symptoms following a surgical mesh procedure corresponds with the complications that have been reported by major health organizations and top medical researchers across the U.S., Canada and Europe, as well as the United States Food and Drug Administration.

Complications From Transvaginal Mesh

The constant search for novel ways to resolve serious medical conditions is expected of the healthcare industry, and transvaginal mesh surgery had been touted as a promising development for women with urogynecological problems. On the surface, the operation to repair urinary conditions caused by pelvic organ prolapse (POP) or stress urinary incontinence (SUI) sounds relatively simple. Doctors implant a synthetic mesh into connective tissue within the pelvic region to move displaced organs into their correct positions, or to support the urethra.

However, these transvaginal meshproducts have harmful effects that have been experienced by many women all over the world. Our attorneys have helped clients receive compensation to provide relief when these faulty medical devices create harmfulresults.

Complications associated with transvaginal mesh include:

  •  Infection;
  • Chronic vaginal drainage;
  • Bleeding;
  • Erosion of the mesh through tissue;
  • Pain during sex;
  • Pain unrelated to intercourse;
  • Recurring feeling of pressure or fullness in the lower abdomen;
  • Feeling of something protruding from the vagina;
  • Vaginal shortening or tightening;
  • Difficult bowel movements;
  • Recurrence of SUI or prolapsed organs;
  • Repair-related damage to tissue and organs; and,
  • Bladder outlet obstructions.

Contact Our Mesh Injury Lawyers Today

Claims involving defective products such as transvaginal mesh fall into an area of the law called product liability. Those involving injuries to other people due to the negligence of another party are called personal injury lawsuits. Our mesh injury attorneys handle both product liability and personal injury lawsuits, making our legal team equipped to handle all aspects of litigation involving transvaginal mesh.

Call us today at (866) 354-3544 or use our online form. We will listen to your story, answer your questions and help you map out a path to legal relief.

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