Amazon Launch Day March 28
When Nancy Gretzinger decided to have elective surgery to treat her mild incontinence, she made the worse decision of her life. She thought the operation to insert a mesh sling to hold up her urethra and prevent her bladder from leaking would be simple after having had two spinal cord surgeries. After eight surgeries, countless procedures, and medications, her life has been altered. She also had terrible reactions to Cipro.
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Even though this is for breast, mesh is an implant. Quite a few symptoms….
I usually don’t document each UTI or I’d be on every three weeks. What made it different is his first prescription – Macrobid – I am allergic too. Needless to say, I am very disappointed this happened. There were only 2 drugs on the culture and he decided to go with 825 mg of Augmentin which isn’t on the list that I took for the exact same infection the last time I got my tube changed three weeks ago. Seems interesting???? I called my nurse friend she suggested I put go to pub med and enter infection and essential oils and it said Geranium.
In Dr. Scott A Johnson’s Evidence-Based Essential Oil Therapy, It suggests “in vitro research suggests that geranium inhibits common pathogens that infect the urinary tract and improves the effectiveness of quinoline.”
“In vitro research suggests that geranium inhibits S. enteritidis, P. aeruginosa, E coli, S. aureus, and B. subtilis.
For UTIs, it suggests “Oral – Take 1 capsule filled with 2 drops each of clove, oregano, lemon, cinnamon, and 1 drop of eucalyptus every 15 minutes for 1 hour, and then 3 to 6 times daily thereafter.” Think I’m going to do that with 1 drop of geranium added.
Truly feel it can only help.
As some of you might know, I am writing a book about my mesh journey and had an attorney review for liability. I made any changes on this site that correlated with the book.
I have been working on my book and associated activities. I went to New York in October for a National Publicity Summit. Met lots of producers and have been on 2 shows. One related to the book.
I had some editing problems. My original editor had some family crisis and couldn’t continue, so I went with a mesh sister. We had some massive miscommunications and major hurt feelings.
I now have a lawyer reading for liability issues since I am dealing with major pharmaceutical companies.
Then to the inside developer,
Lots of expenses I didn’t expect the amount – seems appropriate I am using settlement money for this.
I still have 2 outstanding mesh settlements. I received paperwork from the attorney that said the company was going to settle as an aggregate settlement and should hear by the end of the year. Now it’s mid-January. Started this in 2011 and it would be nice to be over.
Mass Tort Suit
I am not in a lawsuit, but a mass tort suit. Mass tort lawsuits are typically more complicated than class action lawsuits because the way they are structured does not necessarily follow standard predictable legal procedure. Because of the multitude of claims that are brought during the suit, it can be difficult to determine settlements and compensation. An independent company looks at each case and base points value to each category, considering the severity of the injury and other factors. Base points are either increased or decreased according to several additional objective criteria, such as the number of qualifying procedures, and the number of significant medical events. Once the estimated gross settlement award it is subject to the deduction for (1) attorney fees and expenses, (2) the multidistrict litigation assessment, and (3) any healthcare reimbursement obligations you might owe. I am not sure this is true in every case.
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All eyes on Scotland this week. The eyes of the world are certainly on you Scotland and we can only hope the truth will prevail because we know firsthand the truth. Integrity must prevail. Thank you, Scotland and the Scottish mesh survivors.
In this article published on March 26, 2017,
FORMER Health Secretary Alex Neil last night condemned the “horrific ordeal” suffered by victims of what is potentially Scotland’s biggest ever medical negligence scandal.
For the first time, Mr. Neil admitted that he had faced significant opposition from within the medical community when he suspended the surgery for bladder and prolapse conditions.
Australia was first to take the leap. See in Mesh Tips and Insights
16 Feb 2017
THE Senate will hold an inquiry into how gynecological mesh devices that have left some women with catastrophic injuries were approved for sale in Australia.