The use of vaginal mesh devices for people who have stress urinary incontinence (SUI) and pelvic organ prolapse (POP) have been on the hot seat of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) that a public health notification (PHN) was necessary as these devices have been associated to some adverse reactions, however, a recall has not been ordered. While the FDA is doing thorough research about these vaginal mesh devices, lawsuits continue to pile up against Avaulta vaginal mesh device.
C.R. Bard is a medical device company and the maker of the Avaulta vaginal mesh device, its office is in New Jersey, USA. It has been serving the medical community since 1907 and it was them who presented the Foley catheter, a widely used product as well on patients undergoing surgery or any other medical procedure.
A vaginal mesh device is used by embedding it inside the vagina if one is suffering from pelvic organ prolapse or stress urinary incontinence which transpires because of damaged vaginal tissues due to giving birth, menopause, surgical operation, injury to the part of the urethra, or heavy lifting. About 30 to 50 percent of women are expected to develop one of these diseases in their lives.
When one is suffering from these types of conditions a vaginal mesh surgery is often necessary which remains to be one of the most challenging surgeries to perform. It is inevitable for surgeries to have complications, but a vaginal mesh surgery may be more dangerous.
This type of surgery is done on a body part in which surgeons will have a hard time placing the mesh and this may lead to distressing side effects. You may not automatically feel the side effects after the operation, but, whatever may be the case, it will surely change the way you are going to live your life.
Because of the closeness of several bodily structures, including blood vessels, the presence of foreign material in the pelvic or vaginal wall is exposed to frequent stress. Avaulta vaginal mesh has been linked to the puncture of the bowel, the bladder, and associated blood vessels.
The mesh being fixed inside the vaginal wall is showing heightened display of damaging effect to the vaginal mucosa. These may lead to painful urination, infection, urinary incontinence, pain during sex, widespread vaginal pain, and perforation of the bowel and bladder regions.
Experiencing these detrimental effects, recipients of this vaginal mesh want justice by filing complaints against its producer. Search for this online site, avaultameshlawsuit.net
for topics about the outcomes of a vaginal mesh surgery.