The Bladder Sling Recall Center provides comprehensive information about dangerous bladder slings implanted in women to prevent POP and SUI... and the legal consequences of the harms caused.

Bladder Sling Recall Center

For decades, physicians have been implanting “bladder slings” to reinforce weakened muscle tissues to prevent pelvic organ prolapse (POP) and stress urinary incontinence (SUI).

 

But the slings were not properly tested, and many women reported injuries: pain, swelling, bleeding, infections, and erosions. If your sling has caused you harm, you might be eligible for compensation.

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There are still many bladder sling products on the market. Doctors are still using the Avaulta System, for example, and the J&J product known as the Gynecare TVT is still being used, despite that it was approved by the FDA based on its similarity to a product since recalled.

 

Whether or not the products they were implanted with have been recalled, women suffering from bladder sling side effects are filing lawsuits against manufacturers.

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A jury awarded millions to Christine Scott, who received a product called Avaulta to correct a leaky bladder. The device cut into her colon. She has since undergone eight further surgeries and faces countless more.

 

For these injuries, the jury awarded $5 million to Christine Scott, and $500,000 to her husband for his loss of consortium. And this was just one trial. Christine Scott isn’t alone.

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