Our Services

Mesh Claims

Management and Treatment of SUI (Stress Urinary Incontinence) and POP (Pelvic Organ Prolapse) can be clinically difficult, and often non-surgical treatment will fail, meaning that patients will require surgery to correct the problem.

There are several surgical options, and this should be fully discussed with you prior to undergoing surgery. One of the surgical options, is mesh, but due to the many complications that result from this type of surgery it is imperative that the risks and complications are fully understood.

NewLaw has a team of specialists who are dedicated to getting the best results for their clients in mesh claims.

Your Questions Answered

Many of our clients have similar questions regarding Medical Negligence cases. We've used our years of experience to answer many of the common queries.

Read our FAQs
Client Cases

Want to know about our latest Medical Negligence cases? Take a look through our Client Cases and see the great results our expert team have achieved for our clients.

Read our Client Cases
Meet Our Team
Click Here

What are the common complications of having a Mesh inserted?

  • mesh erosion;
  • nerve damage;
  • infection, including urinary tract infections (UTIs);
  • hematomas;
  • severe groin pain;
  • dyspareunia (painful sexual intercourse);
  • autoimmune problems;
  • recurrent prolapse;
  • organ perforation.

A summary of the NICE (National Institute for health and Care Excellence) Guidelines on the use of vaginal mesh recommends clinicians who continue to treat POP with vaginal mesh should ensure that the patient clearly understands the long-term effects and any risks and complications. They are also to inform their Trust when carrying out such procedure.

Do you have more questions about Mesh Claims? Visit our FAQ Section

How can NewLaw help you?

At NewLaw we understand that not all patients will suffer after having mesh surgery. However, we do not agree that anyone should have to go through such a traumatic experience, which can be life changing for the patient. Sometimes it can take years for the side effects to occur after having mesh surgery.

If you or a family member have experienced complications following surgical treatment for SUI or POP, and it is causing you problems which are affecting your day to day living, speak to our specialist medical negligence team.

For more information call NewLaw Solicitors on 0333 003 1909 or contact us online

Choose a Service:

Request a Callback

Call me back

Ask us a Question

Contact Us