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March 21, 2018 54 min
Sherrie Palm, a champion for women's pelvic health, joins The Womb Happy Hour to talk about Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP). Pelvic organ prolapse is a condition estimated to impact 50% of women, yet remains shrouded in silence despite nearly 4000 years on medical record. POP causes physical, emotional, social, sexual, fitness, and employment quality of life impact, women from late teens through end of life suffer in silence with symptoms they don't understand, including incontinence, constipation, vaginal pressure, tissue bulge, or painful intimacy. Two of the most significant female life experiences, childbirth and menopause, are the leading causes, along with multiple other causes compounding risk of experiencing pelvic organ prolapse, yet no screening occurs during routine pelvic exams. Sherrie Palm will clarify what the condition is, how it impacts women, and what you can do clarify if your symptoms may indicate you are experiencing this common, closeted women's health disorder.
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