Problems? Some women have symptoms of pain from slings. Vaginal pain in the area of the sling, pain with intercourse, pain with other activities, difficulty emptying your bladder and recurrent uti's are all possible symptoms. You need to see someone who has experience dealing with mesh complications to determine if your sling is the problem. You do not need to remove a sling that is not causing problems.
Main question: why? I am curious as to why you want it removed. Is it causing you problems somehow, or did you get inadequate results for your urinary incontinence problem? It's time to have a candid discussion with your urologist - or find a new one with whom you can work to resolve the problem. Good luck. Lgromkomd.