Vaginal slings and transvaginal mesh (TV Mesh, TVM) are used to treat female urinary stress incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse (POP). POP occurs when a pelvic organ, such as bladder, drops (prolapses) from its normal spot in your lower belly and pushes against the walls of the vagina.
Many transvaginal mesh products were implanted in patients suffering from these ailments.
Unfortunately, many patients who have had vaginal mesh implants and/or slings have experienced serious injuries. In many instances, complications such as infection, internal scarring, external scarring, mesh erosion, pain, sexual problems, urinary problems and/or incontinence arise from these defective products.
The most common complication from transvaginal mesh defects is the erosion of mesh through the vagina. This condition could very well require multiple remedial surgeries. Often, these procedures do little to solve the problem.
Another complication from the use of transvaginal mesh is mesh contraction. This often results in vaginal shortening, tightening, and pain.
Mesh erosion and mesh contraction may cause severe pelvic pain as well as interfere with the woman's ability to engage in sexual relations.
So serious are the complications that the Federal Government responded by issuing new warnings about the use of vaginal mesh products.
The Four Issues Revealed by the FDA Review On Transvaginal Mesh
- Transvaginal mesh POP (Pelvic organ prolapse occurs when a pelvic organ-such as your bladder-drops (prolapses) from its normal spot in your lower belly and pushes against the walls of your vagina) repair increases patient risks not found in traditional non-mesh POP repair.
- Transvaginal mesh surgery carries a higher risk of mesh complications than abdominal mesh surgery for POP repair.
- There is no evidence that using transvaginal mesh to support either the top or back wall of the vagina has any benefit to the patient over non-mesh treatment.
- There may not be any better symptomatic results when using transvaginal mesh to strengthen tissue between the bladder and vagina compared to traditional non-mesh POP repair.
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