You need to be examined by a doctor and have your condition diagnosed. If this was caused by the mesh then you need to act quickly because the statute of limitations on medical malpractice is short. If you could find a local attorney to handle your case he may have a good doctor to refer you to. Good luck.
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Without a diagnosis from your doctor as to what is causing your problems you do not know if it is the mesh or something else. You need to see your doctor ASAP because the statute of limitation sis ticking on a case against the mesh manufacturer.
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I'm worried that the statute of limitations may have recently run. You must speak to a lawyer immediately to determine whether you have a case.
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