What Are Mesh Implant Devices For Women?

Mesh devices, mesh implants, or mesh slings are a type of medical device used to treat both pelvic organ prolapse (POP) and stress urinary incontinence (SUI) in women.

What Are Mesh Implant Complications?

Over 1,000 adverse events, such as mesh erosion or exposure, were reported to the FDA between 2005 and 2007. The FDA released a bulletin in 2008 discussing the safety concerns about this type of surgery. In July 2011 the FDA updated the safety warning as adverse events were no longer considered rare. Some mesh implant complications have required complicated corrective surgery or even multiple surgeries to repair.

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What Can I Do About It?

If you or a loved one suffered complications from a mesh device, get a free consultation from one of our female staff members at Freese & Goss today. You may be entitled to compensation.

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For more information call us now at 1-888-848-4900, read more here or watch the FDA’s video below.

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