Lawsuits for Coloplast Slings, Mesh Problems

The vaginal sling lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. are reviewing potential product liability lawsuits for women who have experienced complications and problems following tranvaginal mesh surgery to repair pelvic organ prolapse (POP) and stress urinary incontinence (SUI).

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In addition those made by other companies, a number of vaginal mesh products manufactured and sold by Coloplast Corp. have been associated with an increased risk of serious and debilitating injuries, such as:

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

Financial compensation may be available through a Coloplast mesh lawsuit for women who have experienced problems following transvaginal surgery to repair pelvic organ prolapse or stress urinary incontinence. To review a potential case for yourself, a friend or family member, request a free consultation and claim evaluation.


Coloplast Corp. manufactured and sold many of the different transvaginal mesh and bladder sling products used in recent years, which have caused thousands of women throughout the United States to experience severe injuries.

These transvaginal mesh devices are used to support the bladder or pelvic organs in women who are experiencing incontinence or prolapse.

Coloplast manufacturers and sells three different transvaginal mesh devices for repair of POP, including:

  • Novasilk Synthetic Flat Mesh
  • Restorelle Smartmesh
  • Exair Mesh

The company also sells five different bladder sling products for SUI repair, including:

  • Aris Transobturator (TOT) Sling
  • Minitape Sling
  • Omnisure Sling
  • Supris Suprapubic Sling
  • T-Sling with Centrasorb

According to allegations raised in lawsuits over Coloplast bladder slings and vaginal mesh products, the manufacturer failed to adequately research the products before aggressively marketing them and failed to provide appropriate warnings to women and the medical community about the risk of serious complications.

In recent years, federal regulators at the FDA have received thousands of reports of complications and problems with Coloplast vaginal mesh, slings and similar products made by other companies. The FDA has indicated that they are unable to find evidence that the use of a transvaginal mesh provides any benefit over other available methods of addressing POP, and manufacturers have been required to conduct additional studies that were never done before introducing these products to the market.


The Coloplast mesh lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. are investigating potential individual lawsuits and class action lawsuits for women who suspect that they may have received one of these Coloplast products or a vaginal mesh system sold by another medical device manufacturer, including:

  • Bard Avaulta Mesh Lawsuits
  • AMS Vaginal Mesh Lawsuits
  • Boston Scientific Pelvic Mesh Lawsuits
  • Ethicon Gynecare Mesh Lawsuits
  • Mentor ObTape Sling Lawsuits

All claims are handled by our law firm on a contingency fee basis, which means that there are no fees unless a recovery is obtained. Confidential consultations and claim evaluations are provided for women throughout the United States to help determine if financial compensation may be available as a result of the manufacturers decision to place their desire for profits before consumer safety.