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gynaecological negligence frequently asked questions

These could include: bladder injuries, bowel injuries, endometriosis, hysterectomy injuries, incontinence, ectopic pregnancies, ovarian cysts, infections, failed sterilisation, cervical smear errors, uterus injuries, perineal tears and others. 
Uncertainty around eligibility is common, which is why it’s important to seek legal advice so you can get a clear idea of your options and next steps. Call our team today on 0808 164 0808. 
The usual time limit for an individual to bring a medical negligence claim is three years, starting from the date of the supposed negligence, or the date the individual becomes aware of the injury. Make sure you speak to a legal professional to gain a deeper understanding of the time durations involved in medical negligence gynaecology claims. 
Yes, it does. Ectopic pregnancies are usually discovered towards the eighth week of a pregnancy. If they are left too long, an ectopic pregnancy can cause abdominal pain, damage to surrounding tissue and in severe cases, organ displacement. 
If you believe the birth of your child was wrongful (unintended, usually due to medical negligence) then you may be eligible to bring a claim. There needs to be evidence that the negligence in question has caused a wrongful birth, and had the negligence not taken place, the birth would not have occurred. 
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