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Ft. Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) February 26, 2013
Women who suffered complications believed to be a result of a surgical mesh procedure can now turn to LawsuitLegal.com for help, as they are making available attorney provided legal reviews for women with questions. The offer is valid for family members as well as women affected, across the U.S., regardless of location.
In addition, women who received related procedures such as bladder slings, mesh patches, transvaginal procedures, and POP repairs qualify and can get a review now.
Synthetic mesh has been implicated in thousands of cases where women have suffered unnecessary complications due to its use in the treatment of stress urinary incontinence (SUI) and pelvic organ prolapsed (POP), according to the FDA.
Reported complications include:
- Erosion through the tissue
- Excessive pain
- Excessive bleeding
- Pain during sexual intercourse
- Organ perforation
- Urinary problems
"It's important that women understand they are not alone in their suffering. From sexual dysfunction to urinary incontinence, the complications being reported can be embarrassing in nature. We can help remove the uncertainty, provide answers, and everything is 100% confidential and secure," stated Christopher M. Levin with LawsuitLegal.com.
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"We can also help with funding for revision surgery in some cases. Getting corrupted mesh removed and damage repaired should not be delayed for financial reasons," added Mr. Levin.
Surgical mesh has been used since the 1950s in the treatment of hernias, but it wasn't until the 1970s that doctor's came up with the idea to use it to treat POP and SUI. Even so, it was 2002 until the FDA actually approved the use of surgical mesh to treat SUI.
Between 2005 and 2007, the according to the FDA, 1,000 reports of complications and injuries related to synthetic mesh surgeries, including death. The FDA decided to begin studying the medical device in October 2008. The FDA reported that between 2008 and 2010, there were nearly 2,900 reports of injuries caused.
By July 2011, the federal agency concluded in a public safety update that complications with the use in treatment of POP are not uncommon and that repairs using it have no benefits versus non-mesh repairs for treating prolapse.
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