In this blog post, I discuss fistula formation following hernia mesh surgery and provide information on legal recourses for victims of defective mesh.
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Common Types of Hernias, and Defective Hernia Mesh Side-Effects
In this blog post I review different types of hernias and defective hernia mesh products.
Defective Inguinal Hernia Mesh and Sexual Side Effects
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.
Defective Hernia Mesh and Infections
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.
Defective Hernia Mesh and Bowel Obstructions
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.
Defective Hernia Mesh and Organ Perforations
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.
An Ounce of Prevention: Serious Mesh-Related Complications
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.
Beware of Defective Hernia Mesh Surgical Repairs and Recalls
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.
Defective Hernia Mesh, Adhesions and Repair 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.
Thinking of a Lawsuit Related to Faulty or Defective Hernia Mesh Products? Keep These Things in Mind
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?”