Vaginal Mesh Helpline Kansas, Transvaginal Mesh Lawyers

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The  Vaginal Mesh Helpline  lawyers covering Kansas are ready to help you file a vaginal mesh lawsuit  for Lawrence, Manhatten, Topeka, Wichita Kansas City Kansas if you have an AMS or Boston Scientific vaginal mesh. Kansas reached the statute cut off for the other manufacturers.

The Transvaginal Mesh Goes Under Many Names

A Transvaginal mesh patch, Surgical mesh, prolapse mesh, vaginal sling, mesh implant, vaginal mesh patch are all or other mesh products. Many women are experiencing severe negative side effects from these Transvaginal surgical mesh procedures. It is being shown that the Transvaginal mesh can erode into the rectum and lower abdomen. Even removal after surgery, results in severe pain. Other Kansas women are developing infections. What we are seeing is a quality of life concern. Kansas Women are saying “even though i suffered with pelvic organ prolapse, my quality of life was better before i underwent the initial vaginal surgery”

 Transvaginal Mesh Injuries ?

  • Erosion of vaginal tissue thru your vaginal wall
  • Painful sexual intercourse
  • Constant Infections
  • Severe Pain and discomfort
  • Perforations of the bowel, bladder or blood vessels
  • Recurrence of Pelvic Organ Prolapse  and Stress Urinary Incontinence
  • Urinary problems
  • Vaginal mesh erosion

Companies who manufacture the Trans Vaginal  mesh include: Johnson & Johnson Ethicon TVT Gynecare TVT Gynemesh PS Prolene Polypropylene Mesh Patch Secur Bard Avaulta Plus™ BioSynthetic Support System Avaulta Solo™ Synthetic Support System Faslata® Allograft Pelvicol® Tissue PelviSoft® Biomesh Pelvitex™ Polypropylene Mesh American Medical Systems or AMS SPARC® Boston Scientific Advantage™ Sling System Obtryx® Curved Single Obtryx® Mesh Sling Prefyx Mid U™ Mesh Sling System Prefyx PPS™

How Can I find My Mesh Manufacturer?

Our lawyers are currently accepting AMS and Boston Scientific mesh lawsuits in your state. You can find your mesh manufacturer in the surgical records. The hospital must keep the label from the package.