Stress Urinary Incontinence Lawyer Washington, DC
Washington, DC Urinary Incontinence Lawyer
If you are one of the many women who suffer from incontinence because of problems with a transvaginal mesh implant, a stress urinary incontinence lawyer Washington, DC victims of this problem can rely on, may be able to help you too.
There are a number of factors which can cause or contribute to urinary continence such as:
- menopause or hormonal changes
- pregnancy or childbirth
- rigorous activity or exercise
- gynecological surgeries
The bladder, which collects urine from the kidneys, lies between the uterus on top and the pelvic bone on the bottom. Pressure can be exerted onto the bladder from an enlarged uterus or cervical canal of the uterus which can be caused during childbirth. Following this, if there is a loss of urethral support of the bladder or increased pressure from the uterus, then coughing, sneezing, laughing, bending, exercise, or any tension on the abdomen can force urine out of the bladder and through the urethra. This will cause urine to escape without control. In addition, there is the leakage of urine as the bladder fills and even just after using the bathroom.
If you are suffering from stress urinary incontinence, a good transvaginal mesh injury lawyer may be able to help you to get compensation for expenses that are the result of your injury as well as for things such as your pain, suffering and loss of abilities and quality of life.
The medical device industry geniuses came up with the idea that if you support the bladder via external surgical slings, meshes, and other bridges that this manipulation of the bladder might cure incontinence. Urethral support is the key to this phenomenon. Naturally occurring, the urethral support consists of ligaments, tendons, muscles, tissues. All of which naturally keep the bladder in place. Loss of natural bladder support can be improved by exercise and non surgical devices such as pessaries. This does not entail cutting and trauma that is involved with surgical implantation of a foreign body such as the aforementioned mesh, sling, or bridge devices.
For a reputable stress urinary incontinence lawyer Washington, DC transvaginal mesh victims are fortunate to have in their midst, contact Aaron M. Levine & Associates.
Call for Free Consultation of Your Case at 202-833-8040.