A wide number of patients have experienced adverse effects resulted from the design and
implantation of transvaginal mesh. Used to treat pelvic organ prolapse, and stress urinary
incontinence in women.
Typically made from polypropylene plastic, transvaginal mesh is a surgical technique used to implant the material into the vagina. The mesh was created to permanently fix POP and SUI conditions, which generally occur in women after a hysterectomy, menopause, or childbirth. Other than insertion through the vagina, doctors can also use a more invasive method by placing it transvaginally, or...Read More
There are thousands more cases filed against manufacturers of transvaginal mesh devices. If
you, or someone you love, have suffered severe side effects as a result of these units, you may
qualify for compensation for your medical bills, emotional trauma, and other complications.
Contact a lawyer today to see your legal options!
Deborah Barba was awarded $10 million by a jury, which was broken down into $2.5 million for pain and suffering, and $7.5 million for punitive damages. Barba had sued Boston Scientific for its...Read More