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Welcome to the Transvaginal Mesh Center

Are you one of the thousands of Americans who had a transvaginal mesh product surgically implanted due to pelvic organ prolapse (POP) and/or stress urinary incontinence (SUI)? If so, you may have experienced one of many debilitating effects of a failed implant.

You are Not Alone—and Help Is Available! Victims of transvaginal mesh complications can receive compensation for their damages if they seek qualified legal help. The Transvaginal Mesh Center is on your side. We provide straightforward, jargon-free information about the medical and legal aspects of transvaginal mesh failure. You can also use the form above to contact an experienced attorney to begin the process of pursuing justice and monetary compensation.

Transvaginal Mesh Failure: Symptoms and Diagnosis

How can you tell if you suffered a transvaginal mesh implant failure? Symptoms include:

  • Pain during sex
  • Pelvic pressure
  • Incontinence
  • Generalized pain in the pelvic area
  • Foul-smelling vaginal discharge that may or may not be bloody
  • A “poking” sensation in the vagina

Contact a doctor immediately if you are suffering from any of these symptoms. They can be caused by multiple types of failure.

FDA Warning on Transvaginal Mesh

The FDA issued its first major warning regarding transvaginal mesh implants in 2008. The warning was in response to thousands of reported serious complications arising from placement and the use of the devices.


Product Liability & TV Mesh

The first lawsuits were filed shortly afterwards. They were based on the legal doctrine of product liability. The articles in our Legal Options and Rights section will help you understand that concept. All of the articles have been written by attorneys, but they clearly explain your rights.

Once you familiarize yourself with the legal process, fill out the form below to be contacted by a personal injury attorney who specializes in transvaginal mesh cases. But act quickly—the time for filing complaints is limited.