The WA Pelvic Mesh Support Group was created in 2017 as a sister group to Australian Pelvic Mesh Support Group and Mesh Awareness Australia.

The majority of the group are injured by urogynecological mesh and all live in Western Australia.

WAPMSG was originally created on Facebook to find and support mesh injured women in Western Australia with severe complications as a result of undergoing pelvic mesh surgery.
WAPMSG focuses on supporting each other through emotional and painful experiences. We provide education, research and current information related to pelvic mesh. Our members understand the isolation, abandonment and complications caused by mesh injury and we are passionate about helping them find local resources to help them through their life altering condition and promote awareness to prevent this from happening to others.
We hope that by alerting the public to the sometimes horrific, physical and chemical interactions that surgical mesh causes, we can stop others from being implanted and reach the thousands that are alone and suffering in silence.

Please browse through the site and if you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us.

 

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Johnson and Johnson Class Action
#pelvicmesh

Unfortunately we are not at all surprised that Johnson and Johnson are appealing the @ShineLawyers #pelvicmesh class action.

Our thoughts are with the three lead applicants as well as the hundreds of women who have endured and continue to endure the emotional and physical trauma from these implants.
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Johnson and Johnson Class Action 
#pelvicmesh

Unfortunately we are not at all surprised that Johnson and Johnson are appealing the @ShineLawyers #pelvicmesh class action.

Our thoughts are with the three lead applicants as well as the hundreds of women who have endured and continue to endure the emotional and physical trauma from these implants.

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The Centre for Mental Health at Swinburne University is conducting research into the long term mental health impacts of COVID-19.

This research study is designed to understand what the biggest mental health challenges in Australia are, both now and in the future.

The survey will take around 15 minutes to complete.

The survey will be open for 48 hours at the beginning of each month from 9am (e.g. 1st April 9am to 3rd April 8:59am, Australian Eastern Standard Time) for the next 12 months.

It will then be administered annually for the next 5 years.

You can access the survey in the link below

swinuw.au1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bvhCPY1OweJQbdz
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Please share with family and friends 

The Centre for Mental Health at Swinburne University is conducting research into the long term mental health impacts of COVID-19.

This research study is designed to understand what the biggest mental health challenges in Australia are, both now and in the future.

The survey will take around 15 minutes to complete. 

The survey will be open for 48 hours at the beginning of each month from 9am (e.g. 1st April 9am to 3rd April 8:59am, Australian Eastern Standard Time) for the next 12 months.

It will then be administered annually for the next 5 years.

You can access the survey in the link below 

https://swinuw.au1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bvhCPY1OweJQbdz

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