FDA Issued an Updated Safety Warning to Medical Professionals and Patients about Transvaginal mesh

In Tennessee as well as all over the United States, people have heard about and may have even been affected by the complications involving a procedure using transvaginal mesh. These complications have resulted in pain, problems, and even additional procedures to fix the problem for many patients. If you or someone you love has experienced pain or problems after having a transvaginal mesh procedure, then you should talk to a Tennessee injury lawyer as soon as possible. They will hear your case and help to determine if you are eligible to receive compensation.

The Food and Drug Administration have determined that he placement of surgical mesh through the vagina to treat pelvic organ prolapsed and stress urinary incontinence may present greater risk for the patient than other non-mesh procedures. According to their findings, reported complications from the transvaginal placement of the mesh include erosion of the mesh into the vaginal tissue, organ perforation, pain, infection, painful intercourse, and urinary and fecal incontinence. Women often require additional surgery to have the mesh removed. The FDA has recently updated its safety warning about the mesh to medical professionals as well as patients.

Reports just like this one will have spread across the country and affected millions of people, including Tennessee residents. If you or someone you care about has experienced pain or problems in your health after having a transvaginal mesh procedure, then we encourage you to contact one of our experienced and compassionate Tennessee dangerous medical device attorneys immediately. We care about our clients and will work with you to see that you get the compensation you are entitled to for the suffering you have been through.

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