A 77-year-old Indiana woman who was implanted with an Avaulta transvaginal mesh device following a hysterectomy cautions other women who are considering a surgical mesh option to correct pelvic organ prolapse (POP) and stress urinary incontinence (SUI). “Cathy” as the website LawyersAndSettlements.com calls the patient, suffered from POP – a condition in which weakened pelvic muscles allow the pelvic organs to drop from their normal position, usually after childbirth, hysterectomy, or as a result of aging or obesity. In addition to causing pain and discomfort, POP can prevent some organs from functioning properly. In Cathy’s case, POP caused her to ... Read More
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