Product Description - Gynecare Intergel was a surgical gel used to help reduce post-operative scars in women who underwent open gynecologic surgery.
Product Defect - Gynecare Intergel was defective as many of its users experienced pain after surgery with its use along with infections and "tissue adherence." These symptoms could be signs of other more serious ailments that Gynecare Intergel was responsible for.
Product Status - In April of 2003, the manufacturer issued a voluntary withdrawal of the product from the market citing incidences of potential serious complications. The product was issued in 23 countries in the world including Australia, Canada, and the United States.
If you or a loved one has been injured from using the Gynecare Intergel Solution you should see your doctor immediately. If you have suffered injuries as a result, you should contact a personal injury attorney who can help you recover damages for your injury.
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