In July of 2011, the FDA delivered a warning to patients and surgeons that a trans vaginal mesh implant could expose patients to greater risk of complications than other surgical treatment options. Since then, thousands of women have filed Trans Vaginal Mesh Lawsuits against implant manufacturers for complications resulting from having the implant, or injuries caused during implantation. Many plaintiffs in such suits have questions about the implant or about the average time to settle vaginal mesh lawsuits.
What is a Trans Vaginal Mesh Implant?
A Trans Vaginal Mesh Implant is a surgical netting, inserted through the vagina during pelvic surgery that is designed to reinforce the vaginal wall. It creates a bladder sling or pelvic sling to hold organs in place. It is often used in surgeries involving Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP) and Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI).Read More »Trans Vaginal Mesh Lawsuits