Are you a current resident of Arkansas and are experiencing problems after having a transvaginal mesh implant surgery? Currently, 2,937,979 people live in Arkansas and women who have had a pelvic organ prolapse surgery may have a legal case if they used the trans vaginal mesh implant when having their surgery. If you are experiencing any problems within the following cities call immediately:
- Little Rock
The transvaginal mesh implant is like a woven fabric, which is designed to help treat bladder prolapse and pelvic prolapse among women. It is also made to help reinforce the vaginal walls. Recently, the FDA has announced that patients who have had this surgery may be at a greater risk of developing a mesh complication rather than the women who used other treatments. Due to the fact the manufacturers of the vaginal mesh implant did not warn doctors or patients, you may be eligible to file a legal claim against them.
Below is a list of hospitals in Arkansas where you may have had surgery. This is a partial list so if the hospital you had your procedure at is not listed, you may still have a case.
- St. Vincent Infirmary
- University of Arkansas for Medical Science
- Arkansas State Hospital
- Bradley County Medical Center
- Dallas County Medical Center
- Fayetteville VA Medical Center
- Mercy Health Center
- North Arkansas Regional Medical Center