Have you experienced a Hernia Mesh complication?

Surgical Mesh

Surgical mesh complications can be extremely severe – and even life threatening in some instances. Thousands of people who have undergone a hernia surgery that utilized a mesh product have developed problems; causing some individuals to endure several more surgeries to fix and required additional hospitalization. Device erosion, nerve damage and hernia recurrence are serious hernia mesh complications that patients have experienced, in addition to pain, infections, and even the development of fistulae.

Why is mesh used in hernia surgeries in the first place?

Doctors typically use mesh because it is generally associated with a lower risk of the recurrence of a hernia. The main types of mesh are made of either animal tissue or synthetic material, either polypropylene or polytetrafluoroethylene. While they have been used for nearly 60 years, polypropylene meshes have been linked to several complications.

What are some of the most common hernia mesh complications?

Erosion of the mesh and infections linked to the device are among the most common complications reported by patients.

What to do next?

Get in touch with Baron & Budd for more information if you are interested in possibly filing a hernia mesh lawsuit. Click here or call 866-723-1890 to schedule a confidential consultation.

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