Have you suffered complications with using a trans vaginal mesh after having pelvic organ prolapse repair surgery in Alabama? Alabama is home to 4,802,740 people and those who have used a trans vaginal mesh could be in danger. If you or a loved one is suffering or has died from a trans vaginal mesh in any of the following cities, you should contact a transvaginal mesh lawyer in Alabama right away.
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Transvaginal mesh, also known as the pelvic sling, is a woven fabric that is made to help reinforce the vagina walls. It helps women in treating bladder prolapse, pelvic prolapse and other pelvic problems. The FDA announced in July 2011 that patients who have underwent pelvic organ repair surgery with a transvaginal mesh are possibly at greater risk in having mesh complications than those women having other treatments. Due to the manufactures failure to warn the transvaginal mesh patients and doctors there was an increased risk, you may be eligible to file to gain financial compensation for the pain you have been caused as well as medical bills.
Below is a list of some of the hospitals in Alabama where you may have had your surgery. This is a partial list so even if the hospital you had your procedure at is not in this list, you may still have a case.
- J Paul Jones Hospital
- University of Alabama Hospital
- Thomas Hospital
- Fayette Medical Center
- Flowers Hospital