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over the years we have learned quit a bit about mesh....and the mesh used today is very safe.
Most complications with mesh is that of errosion, where the tissue over the mesh become thin and the mesh begins to present itself.
This is more a surgical technique problem and a problem with the mesh.
With vaginal reconstruction and sligns involving mesh a full thickness incision must be made....sometimes that doesn't happen.
While a urologist may be very good at these procedures I would seek an opinion from one of the experts in the ob/gyn field.
They are called urogynecologists. The were ob/gyns that did an additional 3 years of training focusing soley on women, incontinence, pelvic suspension and reconstruction.
Most urologists that I know do a lot of work on men.
So, you might want to find out how often your urologist works on women..or you might just see a urogynecologist just to be sure.