Vaginal Mesh Lawsuit Center Updates

Possibility of Stress Urinary Incontinence Without Surgery

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Stress urinary incontinenceStress urinary incontinence (SUI) affects 15 million women in the United States every year. This statistic is enough to understand why the issue about vaginal mesh looms large there. Actually, it has also affected other areas like New Zealand and one of its physiotherapists has actually advised to refrain from vigorous exercise to avoid vaginal mesh.

SUI is a kind of medical condition that is not quite talked-about mostly because it makes people uncomfortable. Many people who are affected by SUI normally goes through a surgery but there have been a number of cases in which the procedure does not work. All an SUI patient has to do is go through a leg biopsy. A little piece of muscle will be taken and the cells from this muscle will be isolated. After several weeks, these cells will be injected with drugs to help regenerate muscles that control the bladder. After six months, results showed that the majority of patients had at least 50-percent reduction in their SUI. And dependent upon the dose given, some patients become completely dry. It was also found out that the higher the dose, the better the results. Many of those who went through the experimental procedure claimed that this method will change their life forever.

Although further trials are still to happen for this method, many people who have read about it have been very excited. It is only expected because many people who have went through a surgery with the vaginal mesh are now in deep trouble as it was found out that the mesh they used were defective. Now, many of these people are going through different complications such as vaginal pains and bleeding. Up to now, there is still an increase of people complaining against the device and have actually sought the help of a transvaginal mesh sling lawyer.

Source:
newschannel5.com/story/19764066/conquering-urinary-incontinence?clienttype=printable

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