- Inability to have sexual relations
- Pain and discomfort
- Perforations of the bowel, bladder or blood vessels
- Recurrence of Prolapse Urinary Incontinence
- Urinary problems and more severe incontinence
- Vaginal mesh erosion
- pain down the leg and into the abdomen
- Pelvic pain
- Spot bleeding
- chronic continuous relentless infections
- the need for constant antibiotics
- Bowel problems
- Recurrent urinary tract infection
- Pieces of the mesh can he felt
- Erosion of the mesh into bowel, bladder, urethra, or rectum
Additional surgeries are usually needed to treat the complications or remove the mesh when the complications occur.
What does the vaginal mesh do for Uterine prolapse?
Prolapse is the falling of the bladder, uterus, small bowel or rectum into the vagina. Often a “bulge” is seen or can be felt. Prolapse is the result of childbirth,hysterectomy or the aging process. The mesh was to act as a support for these fallen organs.
The Types of Vaginal Prolapse
During pelvic organ prolapse, the internal structures that support the pelvic organs such as the bladder, uterus, and bowel drop from their normal position and “prolapse” into the vagina. A surgical mesh is used to reinforce the repair and correct this a problem.
A Huge Number Of Mesh Were Implanted
As early as 2010, there were about 100,000 prolapse repairs that used surgical mesh, and about 75,000 of these were transvaginal. The vaginally implanted mesh are the only procedures that the FDA mesh warning applies to.
The Mesh For Prolapse
During pelvic organ prolapse, the internal structures that support the pelvic organs such as the bladder, uterus, and bowel drop from their normal position and “prolapse” into the vagina. Pelvic organ prolapse mesh lawsuits are for those performed through the vagina.
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