A new study published in the September issue of American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology warns that women who experience complications from transvaginal mesh devices may be putting themselves at risk for further injury and complications by opting to have the mesh surgically removed. The report, prepared by the Mayo Clinic and and Spectrum Health Medical Group in Michigan, offers little comfort to the thousands of women experiencing intensely painful and debilitating transvaginal mesh injuries. Because transvaginal mesh devices are designed with thin polypropylene mesh to become integrated with surrounding tissue, complete removal can be very tricky, if not impossible. ... Read More
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