In this blog post I review different types of hernias and defective hernia mesh products.
In this blog post I review how faulty mesh used in inguinal operations in the groin area can cause serious side effects such as impotence and sexual dysfunction.
In this blog post I explain how and why infections from defective hernia mesh can cause serious harm to patients even if a surgical team is extremely cautious when conducting a hernia operation.
In this blog post I describe why and how defective hernia mesh products can cause chronic pain and some options available for victims of these products.
In this blog post I examine why defective hernia mesh can cause bowel obstructions, some symptoms of bowel obstructions, and what kinds of options are available to fix these issues.
In this blog post I discuss how defective hernia mesh can lead to significant post-surgery complications such as perforated organs and legal options for victims of the misfortune.
In this blog post I discuss the importance of learning about our condition and prospective surgery to help us to ask relevant, intelligent questions and become advocates for our own health.
In this blog post I discuss hernia mesh recalls, and some of the signs you may have had a faulty or defective hernia mesh product used in a mesh surgery.
In this blog post I explain how adhesions can form from defective hernia mesh, the problems these cause, and why reparative surgery may be necessary, but not necessarily successful.
In this blog post I ask the question, “What can you do if a procedure that was meant to help you leads to further complications?”