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Vaginal Mesh Implant Claims

We can offer advice if you have suffered as a result of a vaginal mesh implant

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A vaginal mesh is often used to treat vaginal prolapse and problems suffered after childbirth including incontinence.

A vaginal mesh is often used to treat vaginal prolapse and problems suffered after childbirth including incontinence.  

Its intended benefit is to treat damaged or weakened tissue.

There are a startling numbers of women who, upon insertion of the mesh implant, have suffered irritation, pain, and in some cases even permanent and long-lasting injury. A recent case highlighted by the BBC showed a woman who had to leave her employment and rely on her partner as a permanent Carer following the chronic and debilitating pain from her mesh implant [http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-39567240].

In Scotland surgeons are no longer authorised to insert the mesh implant. Surgeons in the UK still continue to use the mesh implant despite the known problems it can cause.

Hundreds of women in the UK are pursuing claims against the hospitals upon suffering the potentially negligent complications from the mesh implants. Data suggests that as many as 1 in 11 women have experienced problems.

Our team of highly trained and experienced lawyers could help support you in your recovery if you have been negatively affected by a vaginal mesh implant.

We understand that this can be a sensitive topic to discuss. If you would feel more comfortable speaking with a female lawyer then let us know and we are happy to help.

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