South Carolina Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuit
A recent study revealed troubling results with vaginal mesh procedures. Many women are suffering from pain after a surgery inserting a transvaginal mesh device / TVT / TVM system and sling.
According to the New England Journal of Medicine, a vaginal mesh support is more effective for repairing a common type of pelvic organ prolapse (which occurs when pelvic organs fall out of place) in women than simply stitching the connective tissue in the vaginal wall muscle back together.
However, the newer surgical procedure comes with a higher rate of severe complications, including bladder perforation and pelvic hemorrhage, and adverse events after the surgery, such as urinary incontinence and pain during sex.
Recently, the Food and Drug Administration was made aware of the serious and potentially damaging complications linked to transvaginal mesh.
Transvaginal Mesh Lawyers
If you or someone you love has experienced vaginal mesh erosion, bleeding, urinary infections, vaginal scarring, pain during sexual intercourse, or failure to conduct sexual intercourse, the Strom Law Firm can help you.
We are personal injury attorneys who offer help and support to those who received a transvaginal mesh sling, or transvaginal tape system, due to pelvic organ prolapse, and as a result have sustained injuries including mesh erosion, infections, pain, and even reoccurrence of urinary incontinence. Loss of sexual activity with a loved one or spouse is an additional painful side effect. There are many ways this medical device can disrupt and ruin your life. We are here to try and help. No one can change what happened, but we can do our best to get you the compensation you deserve.
South Carolina TVM Lawyers
While you focus on getting better, we’ll concentrate on your rights.
If you received a transvaginal mesh / sling and have been injured, you could be entitled to financial compensation.
For more information, please visit the following pages:
- What is TVM
- TVM Complications
- TVM: FDA Advises Patients to Consider Alternatives
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