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Carrollton Transvaginal Mesh Lawyer

The Parian Law Firm, LLC’s Georgia C.R. Bard Transvaginal Mesh Lawyers are investigating cases where people suffered complications from C.R. Bard Vaginal Mesh being implanted during pelvic surgery. The most common surgeries where this particular pelvic mesh was used were surgeries to correct Pelvic Organ Prolapse or Stress Urinary Incontinence. If you or a loved one have suffered from any infection, organ perforation, chronic pain, vaginal scarring, or other injuries after undergoing pelvic surgery, Bard Transvaginal Mesh or the other recalled vaginal meshes (Boston Scientific and Ethicon) could have been used in your surgery. Call the transvaginal product liability lawyers of The Parian Law Firm, LLC today to discuss. Our Carrollton transvaginal mesh lawyers take cases all over the country.

What is C.R. Bard Transvaginal Mesh?

C.R. Bard, Inc. is a New Jersey medical device manufacturer best known for the introduction of the Foley Catheter to the market back in 1934. It manufactures vaginal mesh that is known as pelvic mesh in other areas of the nation. As mentioned above, the mesh is used commonly for pelvic surgeries in women. The disorders include:

  • Pelvic Organ Prolapse – A woman’s pelvic floor is like a cradle. The pelvic floor holds a woman’s bladder, uterus, bowels, etc. in place. Upon giving birth to a child, a woman’s pelvic floor deteriorates causing the cradle, or pelvic floor, to move out of place. That causes the organs being held to move around causing chronic pain.
  • Stress Urinary Incontinence – When a woman urinates on her self after a forceful activity such as sneezing or lifting a heavy object, she suffers from this disorder. When severe enough, women must seek surgical intervention to repair the problem.

Made of a synthetic material, transvaginal mesh is used to repair the pelvic floor to remediate the above conditions. Over half a million women underwent surgery where recalled vaginal mesh was used.

Bard Vaginal Mesh Products

  • Avaulta Plus™ BioSynthetic Support System
  • Avaulta Solo™ Synthetic Support System
  • Faslata® Allograft
  • Pelvicol® Tissue
  • PelviSoft® Biomesh
  • Pelvitex™ Polypropylene Mesh

Do I Have Defective Bard Transvaginal Mesh?

Most women are not sitting around telling their friends about the amazing pelvic floor surgery they just underwent. Also, very few (although we have seen two) people ask the details about the exact medical products used during a surgery. Our Carrollton transvaginal mesh lawyers urge you to inquire with the doctor or surgeon that performed your surgery to see what, if any, transvaginal mesh was used during your procedure.

What Are the Side Effects of Johnson & Johnson Vaginal Mesh?

  • Erosion of Mesh into Vaginal Wall
  • Infections
  • Chronic Pain Often Affecting Sexual Intercourse
  • Vaginal Bleeding
  • Scarring
  • Nerve Damage
  • Disfigurement of Vagina
  • Perforation of Organs
  • Return of Pelvic Organ Prolapse or Stress Urinary Incontinence

All of these complications could cause more surgery to the repair damage. Sometimes, the complications cannot be undone, and long term damage occurs.

Defective Bard Vaginal Mesh Claims

The Atlanta Bard Vaginal Mesh Lawyers of The Parian Law Firm, LLC are reviewing cases where the following criteria are met:

  • Implanted with one of the above Bard Transvaginal Mesh from January 1, 2001 through December 31, 2011; AND
  • Have sought medical treatment about the defective Bard Vaginal Mesh.

If you or someone you care about meet this criteria, call the Atlanta Pelvic Mesh Lawyers of The Parian Law Firm, LLC today to discuss your possible claims.

Our Carrollton Transvaginal Mesh Lawyers can represent women in all 50 states who have suffered injuries from Bard Vaginal Mesh Implants. If you or a loved one have suffered any of the above-injuries, you could be entitled to financial compensation.