If you have had a surgical procedure using the power morcellator and have been injured or have been diagnosed with uterine cancer then please call an Alabama Power
Morcellator Lawsuit Attorney at Moore Law Firm today.
A power morcellator is a surgical tool that is used to laparoscopically remove uterine fibroids or perform hysterectomies. The FDA has warned that the power morcellator can spread in situations where cancer was previously undiagnosed and can worsen survival in patients who have cancer.
The FDA launched an investigation into the devices and found an estimated 1 in 350 women develops uterine sarcoma after undergoing morcellator procedures.
Women who have undergone a hysterectomy or myomectomy with power morcellation who have persistent or recurrent symptoms of uterine cancer should consult with their doctors. Symptoms of uterine sarcoma include abnormal menstrual bleeding or bleeding after menopause, abnormal vaginal discharge, pelvic pain, or pelvic mass.
If you or someone you know has undergone a surgical procedure involving the use of a power morcellator and has been diagnosed with uterine cancer then please call a Mobile Alabama Power Morcellator Lawsuit Attorney at Moore Law Firm for a Free Consultation.