Thousands of American women are coming to terms with the fact that the transvaginal mesh surgery which caused their complications may not have been necessary to address their stress urinary incontinence (SUI) or pelvic organ prolapse (POP). Although in some cases surgical procedures and mesh-based transvaginal solutions may be required, numerous non-mesh, non-surgical options, such as native tissue or biologic graft vaginal repairs, have been used to resolve SUI and POP.
The tragic reality is that not only should these patients have never experienced the pain and discomfort of a mesh malfunction, but in many cases a less risky, less invasive procedure might have accomplished the goal of preventing SUI and POP – without the side effects that have hurt so many.
The Dallas law firm of Fears Nachawati helps victims and their families just like you. Agreeing to medical care to deal with your SUI and POP was not the same thing as giving consent to a dangerously designed medical product. For many people dealing with transvaginal mesh complications, their pain is unnecessary and their rights may have been violated. Want to find out more about your rights and protections under the law? Talk to our expert counselors and attorneys today. For your free consultation, call us at 1.866.545.8364 or email email@example.com. We’re ready to fight for you!