Hundreds of Transvaginal Mesh Patients Every Year
The risks and adverse outcomes associated with transvaginal mesh surgeries aren’t simply limited to a few dozen unfortunate patients, but number in the hundreds every year, according to Food and Drug Administration data.
A common treatment for women suffering from pelvic organ prolapse (POP) or stress urinary incontinence (SUI), transvaginal mesh surgeries have caused numerous American women collateral pain and suffering that exceeds what most practitioners or consumers would consider a safe or reasonable failure rate. The result is as predictable as it is tragic: numerous women requiring additional medical treatments, including surgery in some cases, to correct for the risky medical device initially used for their care.
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