This case involves a common brand of transvaginal mesh, which was originally designed for general surgical repairs and has since been used in specific, gynecologic procedures. Without clinical testing, the mesh was branded as suitable for women requiring treatment for pelvic organ prolapse, as well as stress urinary incontinence. In thousands of cases, defectively designed and manufactured meshes have allegedly caused injuries, and patients have undergone several surgeries to remove meshes. Despite surgical intervention, it is not always possible to remove the mesh, and many women still have pieces of defective mesh products in their bodies. Injuries caused by the defective mesh include erosion of the vaginal wall, as well as persistent pain and a recurrence of pelvic organ prolapse.