Patient Stories: Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Real Women. Real Stories.

If so many women are dealing with incontinence, why have you never heard women talk about it? Many women feel embarrassed, think it’s just a normal part of aging or believe they can cope with it on their own. Whatever the reason, it’s just not something most women talk about with their friends, family or physicians. We’ve spoken with women who have suffered with, and taken steps to control, incontinence. Read the stories of real women who suffered with stress urinary incontinence and had surgery to take control of their condition.

Liz's Story

After her fourth child, things definitely felt different to Liz. She knew something was wrong. She had a constant heaviness in her pelvic area that just wasn’t getting better.

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Laurie's Story

Laure went ahead with the surgery and had the expected pain and discomfort during recovery, but within a few weeks was feeling no pain and completely back to normal. By following the post-surgical guidelines, Laurie was able to have a new lease on life.

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