A task group has been set up by the Welsh Government to review the use of medical mesh.
Today calls for a ban on medical mesh have been rejected by the UK Government.
It followed a debate in Westminster this morning where Labour MP Owen Smith spoke out against the procedure.
The debate also led to Conservative MP Sarah Wollaston saying women affected by medical mesh implants deserved an apology.
She said many women who have had delayed symptoms or were "unaware they had these devices inserted in the first place", with some saying they did not consent and were not informed of the risks.
The Tory MP was joined by colleagues from across the political divide in raising concerns about the implants, which have been offered to women to treat pelvic organ prolapse and incontinence after childbirth.
ITV Wales has previously spoken to a number of women who said they had experienced constant pain and discomfort since having medical mesh implanted.