Transvaginal Mesh by the Numbers

There have been a lot of articles and information presented concerning transvaginal mesh (TVM) and it can be really confusing. This is why we’ve decided to break down the information for you with simple to understand facts. If you’re considering whether to have a TVM implant, if you’re mesh is causing you excruciating pain, or if you’re wondering if you might qualify for a TVM lawsuit, keep reading. Here are the facts that you need to know.

Transvaginal Mesh by the Numbers

TVM Complications

If you’re thinking about getting a mesh implant to treat stress urinary incontinence (SUI) or pelvic organ prolapse (POP), here are some important statistics that you should first consider:

TVM Bans

If you have or had a TVM implant and have had revision surgery, then it’s important that you call Periscope Group today. This medical device was never fully tested to be put in a vagina and patients weren’t warned of the health risks associated with this dangerous product. Most importantly, it is crucial that you call us today since settlements may be finalizing soon and then it may be too late to make a claim. We want to hear your story to see if we can get you the help that you deserve. You may have high medical bills that you can’t afford or perhaps you’re unable to work due to the pain that is associated with your mesh. You weren’t warned of these terrible possibilities, and you shouldn’t have to pay for them.

“'Scandal' of vaginal mesh removal rates revealed by NHS records”. The Guardian. Accessed June 6, 2018.
“Vaginal Mesh Leaves Australian Women With Rotting Pelvises And Other Complications”. Tech Times. Accessed June 6, 2018.
“Vaginal mesh slings for incontinence fail in about 3 percent”. Reuters. Accessed June 6, 2018.
“Complications following vaginal mesh procedures for stress urinary incontinence: an 8 year study of 92,246 women”. Accessed July 3, 2018.
“Hundreds of women each year need vaginal mesh implants removed, NHS audit finds”. The Independent. Accessed July 3, 2018.
“Vaginal mesh to treat organ prolapse should be suspended, says UK health watchdog”. The Independent. Accessed July 3, 2018.

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