UK mesh (female) “fight back”, parallels to hernia mesh same responses etc
Apparently it was known as early as 2007 that 1 in 10 women would suffer but mesh was still used.
Any of this sounds familiar? It’s all in the head, imaginary. It is safe, 90 to 95 percent success rate. Etc etc.
And if 1 in 10 wasn’t bad enough, the claimed reality is actually 3 or 4 in 10 women suffer after mesh inserts.
Additionally Im not sure if it was in this article or another where it pointed out that one manufacturer knew but carried on anyway (Johnson and Johnson I believe).
Does anyone know why, if it isn’t, now, deemed safe enough for female bladder/vaginal repairs, it is deemed ‘safe’ for other body repairs.
It would seem obvious, to a layperson, that if can cause bad effects in one sex and for one type of repair, it will for both sexes and all repairs.
- This discussion was modified 2 years, 1 month ago by William Bryant.
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