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Complications vaginal Mesh for stress incontinence
Vaginal mesh for stress incontinence can cause complications such as erosion, pain, infection, bleeding, pain during sex, neurogenic pain psychological stress, organ perforation and urinary problems. Many of these complications require additional treatment, including surgery. So it can be avoided and advice sought about other safer treatments for stress incontinence.