Adding my two cents to the mega mesh mess surrounding transvaginal mesh complications…

Tag: mesh survivors

‘I don’t have a life after op’

Sharing the story of yet another woman who is speaking out about how mesh, for SUI, has made her a “broken woman”.   This one was shared in The Evening Times, Glasgow, and reads: ================== ‘I don’t have a life after op’ AN AMBULANCE technician has spoken for the first time about how her life… Read More ›

Never Forget

It has been almost three years since I had mesh implanted in me for SUI.  It has been just over two years since I had full mesh removal with Dr. Raz at UCLA in January 2013.  And, it’s almost one year, now, since my hip surgery in Feb 2014.    It’s almost hard to believe. … Read More ›

It’s NOT enough. We need help!

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 ›

Suffering from Mesh Complications in Upstate NY? (Rochester? Buffalo? Syracuse? Albany?)

Are you from upstate NY and suffering from mesh complications?  Me too!  Who knew, right?  Originally, when I was having problems after my mesh implant – I felt very alone, and like I was the only one in the world having such problems.  This feeling was largely perpetuated by what doctors were telling me at the… Read More ›

Were you told that you were the “only one”?

“As of yesterday, there were 17,478 plaintiffs consolidated in one federal court!  That does not include the many others in various state courts.” That is what Jane Akre mentions in a recent article on her MDND blog, called: “Why We’re Here ~ Putting a Face on Adverse Events”.  She gets into more details of this… Read More ›

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