Transvaginal mesh (TVM) is a net-like implant inserted through the vagina of women who have undergone surgery for pelvic organ prolapse (POP) and stress urinary incontinence (SUI). In many cases, complications like mesh erosion, vaginal epithelium erosion, perforation of the organs (like the bowels and bladder), infection, return of pelvic organ prolapse, severe pain and urinary incontinency can result from the use of the product.

Thousands of lawsuits against the many manufacturers of vaginal mesh products have been filed by both men and women seeking compensation for damages. The lawsuits claim manufacturers failed to properly test the devices, failed to establish safe removal methods, failed to properly inform consumers and the medical industry about the safety of the devices and failed to properly warn of the risks involved with transvaginal mesh use.

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