We are currently acting for over 150 clients who seek to make a claim arising from problems caused by transvaginal mesh.

Transvaginal mesh

Transvaginal surgical mesh is used to treat pelvic organ prolapse (POP) and stress urinary incontinence and to reinforce vaginal walls when the tissue weakens and can no longer support the pelvic organs, leading to the urethra.

In recent years, thousands of reports to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and other entities found complications caused by transvaginal mesh, indicating the mesh may be a defective product and as a result a huge number of claims for compensation have been made around the globe.

Transvaginal mesh complications

Complications linked to transvaginal mesh include:-

  • Protrusion of mesh through the vagina
  • Vaginal infection
  • Vaginal pain
  • Urination problems
  • Mesh migration
  • Recurrence of POP or SUI
  • Perforation of bowel, blood vessels and bladder

If you are experiencing the impact this defective medical device has had on your life then please contact us.

You may have a claim for damages for pain and suffering but also for wage loss and pension loss if you required to give up your job as a result of these complications.

The lawyer in our firm dealing with these claims is Cameron Fyfe.  You can contact him at cfyfe@drummond-miller.co.uk or tel 0141 332 0086.

Court actions must be raised quickly to avoid any time bar problems so you should email or phone as soon as you can.