Transvaginal mesh implants are becoming one of the most controversial medical implants in recent years. Their original use was to treat pelvic organ prolapse and stress urinary incontinence, and transvaginal mesh has been a commonly used device since its approval by the FDA in 2002.
Several years after FDA approval, severe side effects directly caused by the mesh implant began to affect patients and transvaginal mesh lawsuits followed. Manufacturers have been brought into thousands of mesh implant lawsuits with new transvaginal mesh lawsuit that claims to be continuously still being filed. Transvaginal mesh attorneys can fight for the rights of those who have experienced side effects of a transvaginal mesh device and litigate a transvaginal mesh claim for financial compensation for injuries related to the implant.