The Avaulta vaginal sling is used in women to repair damage caused by Pelvic Organ Prolapse, a serious condition in which the pelvic organs, including; the bladder, uterus, vagina or rectum slip out of place. The sling is a mesh kit which is surgically implanted in the vaginal compartment during vaginal prolapsed surgery.
A recent announcement was made by the FDA warning woman implanted with the Avaulta surgical mesh that they may be at risk for serious complications. A high number of complaints have been received regarding vaginal mesh complications, including; mesh erosion, pelvic pain, scarring, infection, urinary incontinence and discomfort during sex. C.R Bard, the maker of Avaulta, has been included in the list of manufactures associated with these side effects.
If you or a loved one has suffered complications after being implanted with an Avaulta Pelvic Mesh, fill out a case evaluation form today or call us to speak with an attorney specialized in cases for those suffering from complications relating to Avaulta. Our attorneys offer free Avaulta legal consultation.