Barbara Carter says she knew something was amiss the morning after surgery to have surgical mesh implanted to treat stress urinary incontinence. “I had pain where I had never had pain before,” she told First Coast News. “I told my doctor … I couldn’t move my body. My legs hurt so bad, and they told me I would get better.” But she didn’t get better. Three years later, she went to another doctor who had devastating news. “They found out I had the mesh and it was all in my bladder and basically in my intestines everywhere,” she said. “I ... Read More
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