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Topic - Lynn Waits
Soon after her surgery, Susan Harrison had a string of infections that caused intense pain, leaving her weak and unable to pick up and play actively with her young grandchildren. The discomfort and fatigue often kept her from her job as a kindergarten classroom assistant.
She said she experienced bleeding and severe pain immediately following her mesh surgery in 2008.
She continued to have bleeding for two years until she finally went to another doctor and had the mesh removed in 2010, she said.