“One night I emailed my sons and told them goodbye,” Teresa Sawyer told The Press. “I really thought I was going to die. I made them promise me that if something happened to me they would spread the word and tell other women not to get the mesh.” In February 2011, Teresa had surgery to implant Transvaginal Ethicon Mesh to treat stress urinary incontinence (SUI), a common condition in women in which urine unintentionally leaks after physical movement or activity (coughing, heavy lifting) that puts pressure on the bladder. It can be caused by childbirth, pelvic surgery, age and obesity. ... Read More
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