Through the course of a woman’s life, she may suffer the effects of urinary incontinence more than once. Incontinence is described as an urgency to urinate, frequent urination, or the inability to hold one’s urine.
This condition can be caused by several reasons, but it may also be the result of something much more serious. Pelvic organ prolapse is a medical condition in which the organs of the pelvic area begin to fall and droop, even protruding into the belly. This can cause incontinence and other medical issues with the patient.
One option to resolve this issue is a surgery in which a medical device is placed. Transvaginal mesh is inserted to help support the organs and prevent further falling. However, medical reports are starting to show an increased risk of these devices eroding insure the body and failing. This danger can occur as early as within 12 months of surgery. Many devices have to be replaced and some women have needed multiple surgeries to correct this issue and then resolve their initial prolapse problems. Watch this video now to learn more.
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