Medical Literature Reveals Stark Concerns about Transvaginal Mesh
In the last several years, at the recommendation of their physicians thousands of women have attempted to mollify their pelvic organ prolapse (POP) and stress urinary incontinence (SUI) with transvaginal mesh surgery. More than a thousand patients, however, have reported painful complications with their transvaginal mesh surgery.
In response, members of the medical community and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) combined efforts to determine the systemic risk that transvaginal mesh represents. A review of the literal showed that surgical transvaginal POP repair introduces risks not present in non-mesh surgery and that erosion of mesh through the vagina is the most common and consistently reported mesh-related complication from transvaginal mesh surgeries.
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