Pelvic Organ Prolapse: The Silent Epidemic PDF Ì

Pelvic Organ Prolapse: The Silent Epidemic [Read] ➳ Pelvic Organ Prolapse: The Silent Epidemic By Sherrie J. Palm – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Pelvic Organ Prolapse The Silent Epidemic defines the common yet seldom discussed health condition pelvic organ prolapse, its causes, symptoms, treatments, the mesh controversy, and the impact POP has Prolapse: The PDF/EPUB å Pelvic Organ Prolapse The Silent Epidemic defines the common yet seldom discussed health condition pelvic organ prolapse, its causes, symptoms, treatments, the mesh controversy, and the impact POP has to women s sexuality This book dissects the path women walk from recognition and diagnosis through the surgical and nonsurgical treatment options they need to choose between to find optimal pelvic floor healt.


10 thoughts on “Pelvic Organ Prolapse: The Silent Epidemic

  1. Tina Milledge Tina Milledge says:

    Wish I d found this book and the Facebook group before my surgery, but for women wondering if they have prolapse or facing the decision of what to do, it s a good resource.


  2. Missyjohnson1 Missyjohnson1 says:

    this probably should be a long article instead of a book a good bit of repetition but good information none the less I too wonder why this issue is such a secret with jobs that keep us on our feet for eight hours a day, giving birth, running routinely, genetic aspects and doing the other things that come with daily life it is no wonder that gravity takes its toll If we could talk about thisfreely and have conversations with our daughters, then they may be able to prevent or delay the o this probably should be a long article instead of a book a good bit of repetition but good information none the less I too wonder why this issue is such a secret with jobs that keep us on our feet for eight hours a day, giving birth, running routinely, genetic aspects and doing the other things that come with daily life it is no wonder that gravity takes its toll If we could talk about thisfreely and have conversations with our daughters, then they may be able to prevent or delay the onset of this dibilitating condition Thank you Ms Palm for addressing the issue I am just disappointed that especially female OB GYN s do not make this part of the education during exams It should not get to the point that we as patients have to tell them that we have an issue Gynecologist are not likely to ever notice the condition with the patient lying down on their back in stirrups


  3. Anne Kaufhold Anne Kaufhold says:

    More of an article than a book, as the other reviewer said, information mostly accurate though simplistic.


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