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Obstetrics and Gynaecology Claim Success Stories
Bryony Doyle, a specialist medical negligence solicitor at JMW, secured £70,000 in compensation for a woman who was left with urinary incontinence and the need for further surgery after a negligently performed hysterectomy.
Following a sterilisation operation Nancy suffered an necrotising fasciitis infection, and fistula. She recovered from these complications but the sterilisation didn't work and she became pregnant again.
After complaining of vaginal bleeding Mrs Smith, a fit 71 year old, underwent a hysteroscopy to remove a uterine polyp. She had previously had a number of similar polyps successfully removed by D&C (Dilation and curettage)
Sandra had an uneventful pregnancy and an apparently normal vaginal delivery of her first child. The baby was of average size ana although an episiotomy was not considered necessary, unfortunately Sandra sustained a severe 2nd degree perineal tear
Kayleigh delivered her first baby by caesarean section, the baby was well and Kayleigh was looking forward to going home. However, Kayleigh became gravely ill with HELLP syndrome and was admitted to the intensive care unit.