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What is A Vaginal Mesh?
The Transvaginal Mesh Medical Device is a support system aimed at securing weakened muscles in the Pelvic bowl. Many Detroit Michigan women with Surgical Mesh Implants are experiencing severe side effects . Michigan Vaginal Mesh Helpline is helping women in in Ann Arbor, Battle creek, Detroit, Flint, Grand rapids, Holland, Jackson, Kalamazoo, Lansing, Monroe, Muskegon, North Michigan, Port Huron, Saginow, Upper Peninsula, and all of Michigan.
Understanding The Vaginal Mesh
To Understand the Transvaginal Mesh we must look at the structure of the female pelvic region known as the pelvic floor or pelvic bowl. What The lower part (floor) of the pelvis is made up of is numerous layers of muscle and other tissues that secure the organs much like a hammock from the tail bone at the back to the pubic bone in front. The pelvic floor muscles secure the bladder,uterus and the bowels. Kegel exercises are directed at these muscles.The pelvic floor muscles are the foundation for the core of the body, the core being that which holds us up right and secure through the front of the body and around the pelvic area. These muscles help stabilize the pelvis, and they support the organs of the lower abdominal cavity, like the bladder,bowel and uterus. The pelvic floor muscles, along with the deep muscles of the back and abdomen, form the group of muscles we work when we focus on developing core strength, as we do in any ab and balance exercises. Having a strong core is heard frequently in exercise devise commercial
What is the Pelvic Floor?
Think of the pelvic floor muscles as an interlocking group of muscles, tendons and ligaments that form a support structure akin to a hammock, sling,vault or anchor at the base of the pelvis . One of these muscles, the pubococcygeus, also known as the PC muscle, goes around the openings for the urethra, vagina, and anus holding these organs in their place. When the pelvic floor muscles are weak or damaged, the structural system of these openings can become, compromised. This can occur do to muscle weakening.injury,heavy lifting,child birth,hysterectomy, and the natural loss of elasticity from the menopause process. Childbirth,obesity,genetics, chronic coughing, getting older, and lack of core exercise are among the many causes a weakening or damage to the pelvic floor muscles. A weak pelvic floor can lead to problems like incontinence, decreased sexual enjoyment. A dropping or prolapse of the organs into the pelvis or vaginal canal can also occur. This is the case with a prolapsed uterus , bladder or bowel.In addition, if the pelvic floor muscles are weak, and not working in conjunction with the muscles of the abdomen and back, structural imbalances can lead to abdominal and back pain, as well as patterns of malfunction throughout the body.
Pelvic Organ Prolapse or Stress Incontinence Vaginal Mesh
Pelvic organ prolapse or stress incontinence is extremely uncomfortable and can effect a woman’s quality of life, daily routine,ability to drive, and sexual enjoyment.The prolene pelvic and bladder support products, such as transvaginal mesh and sling tape products are devices which would substitute ,in a sense, for the weakening of the pelvic,sling,hammock natural muscle tissue with a man made alternative. However, some devices unfortunately have proven to be faulty after being implanted into 100′s of women.They are causing vaginal erosion to mesh shrinkage, excessive bleeding and even organ perforation
The Transvaginal mesh is used as a pelvic or bladder support, sling,hammock or vault system and is an implantable prolene plastic device. This is inserted and placed in the pelvic region with the help of stitches through surgery. By stitching the transvaginal mesh into place around the damaged area, theoretically, the product was claimed to help slow the symptoms of pelvic organ prolapse and to help women find some relief. it was claimed that the device would eventually become attached or mesh with the body. Thus, we have the Transvaginal mesh,sling,hammock,vault,patch,mesh. These faulty Mesh Products are the focus of many Michigan lawyer Class Actions and faulty product litigations. Michigan Vaginal mesh helpline lawyers are accepting women on an individual basis. You will not be part of the class acxtion Vaginal mesh litigation.
One of our callers has told us about a Doctor that has helped her:
Dr. Dale A. Wilson – OB/Gyn
1314 South Linden Road Suite C
Flint, MI 48532
Phone: (810) 342-1700
The vaginal mesh Helpline lawyers Michigan are accepting cases from women with Transvaginal Mesh Complications in: Detroit Kalamzoo, Lansing, Monroe, Port Huron ,Saginaw and all of Michigan
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Defendant: Transvaginal Mesh (side effects)
frequent back, abdomen and vaginal pain. Daily vaginal discharge and pain/pressure during urination and painful intercourse.
More Responses and Doctor Reviews
I had my mesh removal on Friday at U of Michigan in Ann Arbor. I am doing much better now. I was allowed to go home after the surgery and did not need to stay. Unfortunately I had to go into the ER on Saturday night. I was in terrible pain thinking I had a UTI. I received antibiotics and as the day and night progressed I realized there was something more going on. My bladder was distended and wad holding fluid. We went to the ER and were there for approximately for 5 hours. My pain was a ten and they determined I had over a litre of fluid in my bladder. They gave me morphine immediately upon arrival and placed a catheter in to remove the excess fluid. I still have a catheter but hope to get it out tomorrow. I already have relief from the surgery because the groin, hip, leg pain I experience every night and day is gone. Dr. Dan Morgan was the urogynecologist responsible for my surgery. I would highly recommend him to anyone. His sensitivity and gentle manner was exactly what I had hoped to find. Lisa, thank you for the suggestion to go to U of M. One of our callers