Women warn of problems with incontinence mesh implants
11 March 2014 Last updated at 15:27 GMT
Two women who were severely injured by commonly used surgical implants to treat incontinence have spoken to the BBC before legal action against the manufacturer.
Hundreds of cases are expected before Scottish courts in the coming months. It is thought more women have been affected than those damaged by faulty PIP breast implants.
BBC Scotland's health correspondent Eleanor Bradford has spoken to some of them.
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