Although Avaulta mesh complications | Tim Miles Law Offices is an effective treatment for pelvic organ prolapse, it has also been linked to serious complications, including erosion through the vaginal epithelium and infections. This type of mesh is designed to prevent pelvic organ prolapse, which can cause bladder and bowel slippage, rectal problems, and urinary incontinence. Avaulta mesh can be removed surgically to correct these complications. Unfortunately, removal requires considerable surgical skill, and complications are possible until the mesh is removed.
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In addition to complications, women may experience pain, infection, or loss of sexual function after undergoing the procedure. If these issues persist or worsen, patients may be entitled to compensation for their injuries. Fortunately, lawyers at Chaffin Luhana LLP can help victims pursue compensation through the legal system. If you or a loved one has undergone Avaulta mesh surgery, you may be entitled to compensation. You can get a free consultation to discuss your legal rights.
Unfortunately, Avaulta mesh complication claims are not without precedent. In 2008, the FDA issued a health alert after receiving more than a thousand reports from manufacturers of surgical mesh devices. While the FDA has ruled that the risks of the Avaulta mesh are rare, the FDA also warned that mesh removal can result in permanent damage to the body. To prevent this, patients should seek other options before undergoing Avaulta mesh surgery.