Are you a woman experiencing mesh complications in Idaho after having a pelvic organ prolapse repair surgery and used the transvaginal mesh? If you are one of the 1,584,985 residents living in Idaho and have used a transvaginal mesh, you may be eligible to file a claim. In July of 2011, the FDA made an announcement that women who used this product are at higher risk of developing mesh complications than those who used other procedures. Since the manufactures had failed to warn their patients and doctors about the risk increase, people are coming forward to gain financial compensation. In the last 3 years alone, there have been at least 1,000 serious and life threatening side effects of the trans vaginal mesh reported. If you are in any of the following cities in Idaho, call today.
These cities in Idaho include:
- Idaho Falls
- Twin Falls
- Post Falls
Also called a pelvic sling, a trans vaginal mesh is designed to help strengthen the vaginal walls. It is used to treat pelvic and bladder prolapse along with other pelvic problems. Unfortunetly there have been adverse side effects of using the trans vaginal mesh product including infections, bleeding, urinary problems, mesh erosion, vaginal scarring, discomfort, pain during sex, and more. If you have experienced any of these symptoms you may be able to gain compensation for your pain and suffering.
Below is a list of some of the hospitals in Idaho 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.
- St. Luke’s Boise Regional Medical Center
- Mercy Medical Center
- Bingham Memorial Center
- Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center
- Portneuf Medical Center
- Kootenai Medical Center
- Franklin County Medical Center
- Minidoka Memorial Hospital