Transvaginal mesh is often used in women suffering from stress urinary incontinence (SUI), a condition in which the muscles that help control urination weaken, allowing urine to pass involuntarily, sometimes with just the slightest of triggers, such as sneezing, coughing, or simply standing. But is transvaginal mesh the best choice for correcting SUI? Transvaginal mesh is a flexible screen-like device made of synthetic plastic composites. It is implanted in the body in a way that repositions the pelvic organs (the bladder, uterus, bowel, etc.) so that they can function normally, usually in women who experience some degree of pelvic organ ... Read More
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