Doctors who treat women with pelvic organ prolapse (POP) or stress urinary incontinence (SUI) sometimes recommend that they undergo a surgical procedure to receive a transvaginal mesh implant. The purpose of the synthetic or natural mesh is to strengthen the weakened areas of the vagina. POP causes ligaments and muscles surrounding the vagina to … [Read more...]
How Long Does Vaginal Mesh Last?
Vaginal mesh is implanted in the vagina to support the bladder and/or other pelvic organs. The implant is designed to be permanent if a non-absorbable material is used, as tissue grows through and around the mesh after surgery, making it very difficult to remove at a later date. If an absorbable material is used, it will dissolve over time, leaving … [Read more...]
Which Vaginal Mesh Implants May Be Having Complications
There has been numerous reports of vaginal mesh implant complications, and they come from name brand products that you already know or heard of. It's important to know the risks that follow and vaginal mesh implant procedures. Make sure you talk to your doctor to find out which one is right for you and be aware of the risks. Most recent reports … [Read more...]
Have You Had Vaginal Mesh Implant Complications?
A few months ago, I noticed that there were a lot of commercials on that asked if viewers had any vaginal mesh implant complications. At the time, I had no idea what this was for, and I thought it sounded pretty strange. I was on the phone with a friend and she told me that this is usually used to help women that have experienced a vaginal … [Read more...]
Some Serious Vaginal Mesh Implants Complications
Vaginal mesh is known as Urogynecologic surgical mesh which is an implant from either synthetic material. It can be non-absorbable or absorbable by other biologic materials or the body. It is used to treat stress urinary incontinence, urogynecologic conditions and pelvic organ prolapse. It is used to improve the vaginal wall as a treatment for … [Read more...]