Author: Tom Carse
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Introduced in the 1990s to help treat painful medical conditions known as pelvic organ prolapse (POP) and stress urinary incontinence (SUI), the transvaginal mesh was created to help hold a woman’s pelvic organs in place and protect internal organs from injury.
However, manufacturers of transvaginal mesh devices have faced increased scrutiny in recent years due to numerous reports of problems with these surgically-implanted devices, including rips and tears that result in bleeding, scarring and other serious health problems.
Our transvaginal mesh lawsuit attorneys in Texas are familiar with many of the dangers these devices present to users and are actively reviewing cases on behalf of transvaginal mesh injury victims.