The same “tearing inside” pains, the same feeling of having been cheated on and then abandoned. prone to severe side effects from the installation ofimplants vaginal examinations, about forty patients obtained the opening of an investigation Paris, believing that we had not been informed of the risks of irreversible complications, we found out this Saturday, September 24. In December 2019, Catherine M. emerged from an operation that lasted about thirty minutes with a strip, a small polypropylene net installed under the urethra, which was supposed to solve her stress urinary incontinence.
The implant had been presented to her as the “ideal solution, on an outpatient basis,” this fifty-year-old teacher told AFP, during a meeting with other plaintiffs attended by their lawyers, Laure Heinich, Hélène Patte, Dorothée Bisaccia-Berstein and Amandine Sbidian. “I’ve always trusted doctors,” she says bitterly. However, very quickly, her state of health deteriorates: a sharp “electric pain” in the pelvis and left hip, “as if torn, radiating to the foot”. Impossible to sit, have sex life, walk. She followed a six-month sick leave, depression: “I blame them for not letting me know we couldn’t take it off,” she said.
Suburethral straps and pelvic buttress prostheses, placed vaginally or abdominally, are medical devices developed since the late 1990s. (…)
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