Posts Tagged ‘ bladder prolapse ’

Deb C’s Top 10 Things to Know Before Mesh Surgery

Sep 9th, 2013 | By
Deb C’s Top 10 Things to Know Before Mesh Surgery

Deb C. has created Mesh Me Not, a website for women which is a valuable resource for information both before and after surgery.  Here is her Top 10 List… it was too good NOT to republish. Thank you Deb!  Please visit her site!~ Editor Mesh Me Not here.   What if I could go back
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Beverly Martiniano: Suffering in Silence and Waiting Until October

Mar 27th, 2012 | By
Beverly Martiniano: Suffering in Silence and Waiting Until October

October 1, 2012 is an important day for Beverly Martiniano. It’s her 65th birthday, yes. But it is also the day she qualifies for Medicare allowing her to take the first step to have several synthetic surgical meshes removed from her body that have plagued her life and health for several years. She tells MDND
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Suffering in Silence: Jane Dowdall – Life After Prolapse Bladder Surgery with Synthetic Mesh

Oct 31st, 2011 | By
Suffering in Silence: Jane Dowdall – Life After Prolapse Bladder Surgery with Synthetic Mesh

Jane Dowdall, 55,  is from  Ontario, Canada and tells her own story of bladder prolapse repair and her life today. “In early 2009, I was referred to an Ob-Gyn for a bladder prolapse repair. During my pre-op appointment he explained that he would be using stitches for the repair, but since there was a good
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We hope you find this a helpful resource. National News Editor, Jane Akre, began MDND with the hope of providing the latest news, information and perspective from the regulatory, industry and patient point of view, something that goes under-reported in much of the coverage of medical devices. The public is just now becoming aware that many devices do not undergo the same scrutiny as prescription drugs and are instead grandfathered in under an FDA loophole that has gone largely unchanged since the 1970s. As a result, patients become the post-market clinical trial subjects, and many suffer devastating and permanent injuries.