Vaginal Mesh Slings Fail in about 3 Percent of Incontinence Surgeries

Boston Scientific Ordered to Release Defective Transvaginal Mesh DocumentsBoston Scientific Ordered to Release Defective Transvaginal Mesh DocumentsA new study finds that about 1 in 30 women who opt for vaginal mesh implants need to remove or replace the devices within 10 years.

Patients fared best when sling operations were done by surgeons who performed the greatest volumes of surgeries.

The Journal of American Medical Association notes that in the United States, an estimated one in 7 adult females will have operations for urinary stress incontinence during their lifetime.

Research has linked the slings to mesh erosions, fistulas and chronic pain in the pelvic area and legs. Repairing the damage caused by vaginal slings, involves repeat surgeries to remove or replace the implants.

More than 50,000 women in the US have entered into class action lawsuits to recoup compensation for injuries caused by the mesh.

Carey Danis & Lowe seeks justice for those who have been harmed by vaginal mesh.

If you have pain and suffering related to a vaginal mesh implant, our product liability attorneys will guide you through your legal options.

During a free legal consultation, one of our defective medical device lawyers will walk you through compensation eligibility, and if applicable, the process of filing a vaginal mesh sling lawsuit.

To find out more about filing a vaginal mesh lawsuit, contact Carey Danis & Lowe by phone at 800.721.2519, or by completing a confidential personal injury claim.