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Mesh Implants a serious women's health issue

FDA Warning On Mesh Implant Failure

Some issues are so tragic it is hard to report the full details, but we owe it to the women suffering to tell this story. The Bard Pelvic Mesh - a device marketed to help women who suffer from Pelvic Organ Prolapse, and Incontinence - has allegedly caused much more severe and painful conditions than the one it was designed to eliminate.

Woman pensive - Pelvic Mesh ImplantSome women have endured horrific pain and additional invasive surgeries in an attempt to correct the damage from defective impants. We have heard from scores of women who have courageously stepped out of the shadows to tell their stories. Make your voice heard!

The FDA warning issued in 2008 is sobering:

Over the past three years, FDA has received over 1,000 reports from nine surgical mesh manufacturers of complications that were associated with surgical mesh devices used to repair POP and SUI. These mesh devices are usually placed transvaginally utilizing tools for minimally invasive placement.

The most frequent complications included erosion through Vaginal Epithelium, infection, pain, urinary problems, and recurrence of prolapse and/or incontinence. There were also reports of Bowel, Bladder, and Blood Vessel perforation during insertion. In some cases, Vaginal scarring and mesh erosion led to a significant decrease in patient quality of life due to discomfort and pain, including Dyspareunia.

If you or a loved one have suffered the pain and humilation of the failure of a Bard Pelvic    Mesh implant we are here to help. Don't suffer in silence. Get the facts, and contact MedRecallNews today.

To learn about your legal rights, please call 1-888-722-0396 or submit the evaluation form.

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