Mesh Recall

A growing number of women continue to report severe transvaginal mesh complications after receiving the medical device for the repair of pelvic organ prolapse (POP). Below is a vaginal mesh recall list that will be updated as manufacturers announce surgery mesh recall of their products. With this condition, the muscles that support the pelvic organs weaken or become stretched. This allows the bladder, rectum, uterus, or small bowel to drop from their positions. The prolapsed organs press against the front or back wall of the vagina, or in the case of the uterus, falls into the vaginal opening. Mesh is supposed to correct this problem, and alleviate the patient’s symptoms. Instead, thousands of women are now saddled with numerous pelvic mesh injuries.

All medical devices pose a small risk of failure. Occasionally, a product causes so many problems that the FDA issues a formal safety notification to warn the public. This was the case in 2008, when the number of transvaginal mesh complications had reached the point that the FDA felt compelled to caution patients and doctors. But even then, the complications were considered rare.

Things changed in 2011, when the FDA issued a second warning. It now described the problems caused by vaginal mesh placement as “not rare.” The agency revealed it had received nearly 2,900 new reports of complications since the previous warning, a number they considered high enough to warrant concern. In addition, serious side effects not previously reported had come to light. These issues have helped trigger a wave of transvaginal mesh lawsuit claims as women seek to recover compensation for their injuries.

In January 2012, the FDA sent letter to over 30 surgical mesh manufacturers ordering new safety studies in light of increasing reports of complications which include:C-fda

• Vaginal mesh erosion
• Painful sexual intercourse
• Recurrent pelvic organ prolapse
• Urinary problems
• Pelvic and vaginal pain


Vaginal Mesh Recall List

• Johnson & Johnson Ethicon


We represent all women who have suffered from vaginal mesh complications on a contingency basis which means that there are never any legal fees unless we win compensation in your case. If you underwent surgery for pelvic organ prolapse or stress urinary incontinence and have experienced problems including having additional surgeries for surgery mesh removal, please contact us for a free, confidential no-obligation consultation please call toll free or fill out our short online contact form and a vaginal mesh recall lawsuit settlement attorney will contact you to answer any of your questions and discuss the latest surgery mesh recall news.


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