• By Dana Sparks

Correcting Pelvic Mesh and Improving Quality of Life

February 19, 2015

Pelvic mesh
is implanted to help a woman with issues like urinary incontinence. For many, the mesh works well, but that wasn't the case for the woman you’re about to meet. For her, it meant dealing with debilitating pain. She came to Mayo Clinic to correct the problem. More from Vivien Williams. [TRT 2:13]

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