SAN FRANCISCO, April 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The site is a comprehensive resource for vaginal mesh lawsuit compensation, news and a guide for women with vaginal mesh side effects. Watch a series of video interviews with Dr. Vigna interviewing Dr. Michael Hibner , a renowned expert in the field of Urogynecology.
Five years after the FDA first warned of risks associated with mesh implant surgery there has been an astronomical increase in reported injury cases.
U.S. - More and more personal injury lawyers are talking about the risks associated with the transvaginal mesh or sling, five years after the FDA first issued a warning about the medical devices. There have been recent calls by many women who have been injured by the vaginal mesh to hold manufacturers accountable and take civil action. This leaves the public to question why there is such a heavy interest now?
It seems a stream of reports of injuries sustained by women across the U.S. who have suffered side effects as a result of the mesh or sling implant surgery has sparked the sudden interest.
New TVM Claims
The transvaginal mesh is a surgical mesh device implanted through the vagina to provide support for conditions related to weakened pelvic floor muscles. Since its initial public safety warning in 2008, the FDA has issued additional warnings about the serious damage mesh or sling devices can cause. The agency has also indicated that these complications are not uncommon for those whose pelvic organ prolapse, or stress urinary incontinence was treated by this means.
Mesh erosion and shrinkage, painful intercourse, organ perforation, pelvic myofascial pain, neuralgia, and urinary incontinence are examples of the serious health complications women can suffer with the device. Although the FDA stated in its 2011 warning that pelvic organ prolapse can be successfully treated in most instances without the surgical mesh, thousands of women have already been put at risk. In 2010 in the U.S. alone 75,000 TVM surgeries were performed.
What Can Be Done for Female Sufferers?
Surgery can be performed to remove the mesh or sling; however, female sufferers who are injured by these implants have already suffered significant pain or other serious problems before this step is taken.
The Life Care Solutions Group is a new resource for women who have been injured by a transvaginal mesh or sling implant. The Life Care Solutions Group is comprised of personal injury lawyers and medical experts who can assist those seeking information about their medical or legal options to deal with a mesh injury.
About The Life Care Solutions Group: Transvaginal Mesh Injury Help
Life Care Solutions Group founder, Dr. Greg Vigna is a practicing physician and attorney seeking to raise awareness about the legal rights and available medical options for people who need both types of support in these cases. The father of three is also a certified Life Care Planner who developed The Life Care Solutions Group as an informative platform for women who have suffered a vaginal mesh injury.
Says Dr. Vigna, "I am pleased to offer the video interviews with Dr. Michael Hibner , an internationally recognized authority in the field of Urogynecology, along with attorney Howard Nations who together with the Life Care Solutions Group are offering the best in medical information and comprehensive legal solutions for your transvaginal mesh case."
Vigna also notes, "I understand the importance of really listening to people whose lives have been altered by major events such as a serious accident injury."
Women who have been injured by the mesh or others who want more information about how the Life Care Solutions Group can help may visit http://www.lifecare123.com/ or call 888-990-9410 and request a free consultation today.
To speak with a female legal intake specialist to review your options for a confidential consultation call 888.855.1674. Remember, it is 100% FREE of cost or any legal fees.
|SOURCE The Life Care Solutions Group|
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