Surgery, regardless of how minor, is still surgery. Right? There are risks. If there is surgical mesh involved (which includes “tape” and “slings”) there are “ADDED RISKS” (according to the FDA warnings and research). Common sense, and good doctors, tell people that going under the knife for anything should not be something to… Read More ›
…the fact of the matter is that there are MANY mesh slings for SUI (Stress Urinary Incontinence) that ARE in litigation, because they are also causing major complications. Even some of the newest, smallest, SIMS (Single-incision Mini-slings) cause mesh complications too, and have lawsuits against them.
$12.5 million total, including $7 million for punitive charges. On December 21, 2015, for the case of Patricia L. Hammons v Secant Medical, Ethicon, Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas, the “jury found for the plaintiff on all three claims: 1) DEFECTIVE design 2) a FAILURE TO WARN DOCTORS about its dangers and negligence in manufacturing… Read More ›
Have you or a loved one had Transvaginal Mesh? You know all those crazy lawyer ads you see on TV, asking,”Have you had Transvaginal Mesh?”? Well, guess what? They are not just constant, and annoying. They are also talking to real, live, people who HAVE had transvaginal mesh, and ARE hurting because of it. And… Read More ›
I’ve often thought about what I wish I knew before I had surgery with mesh. It’s hard for me to imagine, because so many doctors are still using, and promoting the use of mesh tape for SUI (Stress Urinary Incontinence), in spite of FDA warnings, 100,000+ lawsuits, and a record number of reported complications. But, what… Read More ›
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 ›