Experiencing Medical Mesh Complications? Join the Legal Fight Against the Device Manufacturers
If you were in a medical position that required a hernia, pelvic, or bladder mesh procedure, the physician who performed your surgery probably touted the permanency of the device, and its easy healing properties. Compared to the alternative of suturing these areas, both claims were true. With very little scientific knowledge or studies to support the health of the patient after-implant phase, the experience has changed the lives of thousands of people throughout the country.
Complications From Medical Mesh Procedures
Medical mesh devices are available for both men and women, and can be surgically applied for differing afflictions, including medical problems associated with them:
Once the device is implanted, complications can affect both men and women in differing capacities, including:
- Infections, and non-healing wounds
- Bowel obstruction
- Bowel perforation
- Abdominal pain
- Leg, groin, and testicular pain
- Loss of testicle
- Pain during intercourse
- Renal Failure
- Liver abnormalities
- Inability to walk
- Subsequent surgeries
Can the Mesh Be Removed to End the Complications?
The truth is, the same selling point, its permanency, is what is also causing great complications in patient health. Most doctors refuse to remove the mesh due to the possible risk of damage to nerves, and nearby organs like the bladder and bowel. This leaves very few options available to those who are suffering and can lead to increased doctor’s visits and varying treatment methods to reduce the patient’s escalating medical issues.
What Can I Do About It?
Suffering just isn’t an option any longer. With mesh lawsuits mounting throughout the country, it is time to join the fight and demand a settlement for ongoing medical care, and the financial losses incurred from your injuries.
You had a mesh implanted to improve your lifestyle and overall health, not to hinder it.
How Is Bertoldo, Baker, Carter, Smith & Cullen Helping?
Hernia, pelvic, and bladder mesh device lawsuits are being filed across the United States, and our attorneys want to help those who have been injured by their implants get the settlements they deserve for their pain and suffering. Recovery can begin today by calling our Las Vegas, NV accident attorneys now at (702) 505-8115. Our Las Vegas medical malpractice attorneys provide confidential and free consultations that will allow you to discuss your case in private, without obligation.