I felt extremely sad for you after reading about your situation above, and am wondering if you would be willing to consider the option of having a qualified surgeon try and remove the implant? Doing so will remove the pain, and greatly improve your situation. A surgeon who has been recommended on other websites is Dr. Clark Gerhart; his contact information can be found at http://www.clarkgerhart.com/contact.html This situation will not improve or go away on its own, and trying to find a surgeon who can remove as much of the mesh as possible really may be your only solution.I had a hernia operation in 2011 and horrific pain after. I was told that I had a trapped nerve and they removed 3 nerves and replaced the mesh. My pain after the second surgery was extremely worse. I had a mesh that was from a company that some recalls. I can not get a dr to help me because they say I need the mesh and I need to just take narcotics and injections. I am 34 years old and I have 2 small children. I am in pain all day and take pain killers at night. Does anyone know how I can get help?
If medical bills are a problem, you also may wish to find a lawyer who will take on what seems to be a very obvious and severe case of a mesh implant injury case. You may wish to try www.MeshInjuryCenter.com to get a number of referrals for one. The site at first will ask you if you have had a mesh implant for urinary incontinence, but when you click to the second page to fill out your contact information, they then explain that they take all mesh implant cases that have resulted in injury and pain.
It sounds as if your nerves are still being trapped, irritated, or affected by your implant still; maybe a temporary solution could be a nerve block pain reliever?
I hope that you are able to get one of the above types of help soon.