Trans Vaginal Mesh (TVM)
Trans Vaginal Mesh is a medical device used to treat pelvic organ prolaps (POP) and stress urinary incontinence (SUI). Sadly, thousands of females have suffered from serious side effects due to defective mesh implants and have had to had have a revision surgery or even had the device removed. The FDA announced that it plans to re-classify transvaginal mesh from “moderate risk” to “high risk” and increase regulation of the devices.
You may have a case and be able to seek compensation if you were implanted with transvaginal mesh and experienced any of the following side effects:
- Required removal or revision surgery
- Erosion of the vaginal epithelium
- Bladder or bowel perforation
- Extreme pain
- Serious infection
- Return of pelvic organ prolapse
- Urinary incontinence
If you or someone you loved suffered due to Trans Vaginal Mesh, get a FREE case review today to learn your options! Taking legal action may help you and your family cope with the financial burden that comes with these complications, as well as help you gain access to the best possible medical care for any ongoing issues.