Lawyers for Boston Scientific Vaginal Mesh Problems

The pelvic mesh lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. are reviewing potential product liability lawsuits for women who have experienced problems following transvaginal surgery where Boston Scientific vaginal sling or another mesh product was used to repair pelvic organ prolapse (POP) or stress urinary incontinence (SUI).

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Financial compensation may be available through a Boston Scientific pelvic mesh lawsuit for women who have experienced:

  • Erosion, Extrusion or Protrusion of the Mesh
  • Mesh Contraction or Shrinkage
  • Infection
  • Pelvic Pain or Pain During Sex
  • Other Problems or Complications after Pelvic Surgery

To obtain a confidential legal consultation and review the circumstances surrounding a potential claim for yourself, a friend or family member, request a free case evaluation.


Problems with Boston Scientific mesh or bladder sling systems have caused thousands of women throughout he United States to suffer severe complications and injuries after surgery to repair pelvic organ prolapse or stress urinary incontinence.

In addition to bladder mesh products manufactured other companies, such as C.R. Bard, American Medical Systems (AMS) and Ethicon/Gynecare, product liability cases are being reviewed for women who may have received one of the following pelvic mesh or bladder sling product manufactured by Boston Scientific:

  • Pinnacle Pelvic Floor Repair Kit
  • Uphold Vaginal Support System
  • Advantage Fit Transvaginal Mid-Urethral Sling System
  • Obtryx Transobturator Mid-Urethral Sling
  • Solynx SIS Vaginal Sling System
  • Prefyx PPS Pelvic Sling System
  • Lynx Suprapublic Mid-Urethral Sling System

Although these products have been promoted as a safe and effective alternative for treatment of pelvic organ prolapse (POP) or stress urinary bladder incontinence (SUI), the FDA has received thousands of adverse event reports involving Boston Scientific bladder mesh and vaginal sling systems, as well as similar products made by other companies.

Not only do the pelvic mesh systems pose a risk of serious complications, there appears to be no evidence that transvaginal insertion of a bladder sling provides any benefit over other available treatment for pelvic organ prolapse.

Boston Scientific and other manufacturers obtained approval for most of these devices under the FDA’s controversial 510(k) Premarket Notification System, which allows a manufacturer to start selling the product without vigorous premarket testing, if they can establish that it is substantially equivalent to something else that has already been approved.

A large number of the Boston Scientific vaginal mesh lawsuits filed in courts throughout the United States have involved problems with their pelvic floor repair kits:

▸ Boston Scientific Pinnacle Pelvic Mesh

The Pinnacle system is used to treat POP in post-hysterectomy patients. It is a 4-armed trapezoidal-shaped mesh designed to wrap around the vaginal apex toward the posterior compartment. It was approved through the accelerated 510(k) approval.

▸ Boston Scientific Uphold Vaginal Support System

The Uphold system is a two-armed mesh designed to repair combined apical/anterior defects, while leaving the uterus in place. Like the Pinnacle, it utilizes the Capio Suture Capturing Device, eliminating the need for trocar passes. Boston Scientific claims that the insertion of the Uphold is designed in a way that may reduce the risk of erosion that plagues many vaginal mesh products.


Compensation may be available through a Boston Scientific transvaginal mesh settlement as a result of the manufacturers’ failure to adequately research their products or warn about the serious risk of problems and complications. As a result of their decision to place profits before patient safety, thousands of women were exposed to a risk of painful and disfiguring injuries that may permanently impact their quality of life.

The Boston Scientific mesh lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. are providing free consultations and claim evaluations for women who suspect that they may have received one of these products or another bladder sling system sold by a different company.

Request a confidential and free legal consultation if you, a friend or family member have experienced problems after surgery to repair pelvic organ prolapse or stress urinary incontinence, where surgical mesh may have been placed transvaginally. All cases are reviewed on a contingency fee basis, which means that there are no attorney fees unless we are successful in obtaining compensation in your injury lawsuit.