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Vaginal mesh implants: new material could reduce complications

Alternative material could replace current controversial implants, which have prompted many complaints of pain and discomfort Scientists believe they have come up with an alternative to the material used in vaginal mesh implants which prompted a huge number of women to complain they had been left in severe pain. Related: Vaginal mesh implants: 'If I lift my leg my whole body shakes' Related: Vaginal mesh left me in agony.
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