I keep hearing about doctors telling patients they don’t use “the bad mesh”… or that “the bad mesh was recalled”. Many are saying their doctor only uses “the good mesh”.
Well?? What exactly are the “good” or “bad” meshes? That is a good question.
FDA warns there is NO evidence that mesh provided any greater clinical benefit than non-mesh surgeries
Many doctors and advocates for the use of mesh continue to promote using surgical mesh for pelvic repairs, routinely telling people that, “Without mesh, surgery often fails in one to five years because our tissues are not strong enough to hold the repair long term.“ ~ Sherrie Palm, Founder of APOPs (Association for Pelvic Organ Prolapse… Read More ›
There are even those who had the mesh implanted by a reputable UroGynecologist that have had issues. One woman even stated;
“I had an excellent surgeon place the mesh. When I was examined by a different doctor, she was visibly shaken when she saw who did the mesh placement.
I have a serious question. It’s regarding the FDA warnings for mesh, and I would seriously like some input from ANY doctors out there still promoting/using mesh, or the people marketing it, or just anyone familiar with the whole “mesh mess”.
It is not a real hard question. No opinions are necessary. I’m just looking for some cold hard facts. A website link would be perfect. Ready? Here goes:
QUESTION: Does the FDA say that mesh tapes for SUI are safe and SHOULD be used?
AUGS and the FDA keep saying transvaginal mesh should be reserved for “high risk” patients, and used more as a last resort. However, mesh for SUI (Stress Urinary Incontinence) is still going full speed ahead. So, is SUI a “high risk” problem? I think not. I’d rather have my original SUI problem any day than… Read More ›
Some days everything is just so hard, and it’s hard to be hopeful. I spent the last few days trying to catch up on my meshmenot blog, Facebook page, and with current news surrounding mesh. I realized I had new comments, both on my blog here, and on my Facebook page, that I had not… Read More ›