Avaulta Vaginal Mesh Complaints Lead to Lawsuit-Filing
Vaginal mesh was created to be a low-risk solution for a number of women who were undergoing a life-altering pain related to pelvic organ prolapse (POP) and stress urinary incontinence (SUI). Unfortunately, many reports claim that it causes health dangers: Vaginal mesh surgery became a widespread medical operation when manufacturers such as C.R. Bard launched Avaulta.. Avaulta is a brand of a surgical mesh product meant for implantation in the vaginal wall to give support to the pelvic organs.
The design was based on a type of surgical mesh that has been used to strengthen the abdominal muscles of patients who suffer from hernias. Sad to say, the notion of vaginal mesh was better on paper than in practice. Thousands of women underwent vaginal mesh surgery only to sustain permanent injuries.
Some complications of Avaulta vaginal mesh include perforation of the bladder, internal bleeding in the pelvic region, and pain during urination and sexual intercourse. As of now, the vaginal mesh devices have not been recalled by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), but the agency suggests that women should consider the effect of the operation to their overall well-being. The FDA further recommended that women should consult their doctors about alternatives to bladder mesh surgery.
Numerous legal groups say that the victimized patients of Avaulta vaginal mesh have legal options. Furthermore, those who have encountered the Avaulta vaginal mesh complications may be able to pursue related legal action. Therefore, the victims should seek legal advice for them to be guided accordingly.
An Avaulta vaginal mesh lawsuit allows women who are experiencing bladder complications the opportunity to obtain compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering and other damages resulting from their mesh surgery complications.