Pelvic organ prolapse impacts women in multiple ways; there are physical, emotional, social, sexual, fitness and employment ramifications. Every aspect of POP should be assessed and addressed. There is strength in numbers, and as women collectively guide and nurture each other, women will become empowered and move forward with their lives.

On this page you can access articles written by Sherrie Palm that address many aspects of pelvic organ prolapse. We invite you to explore the insights and hope they help support and guide you in your path to optimal pelvic floor health.


Additional Articles Available on Sherrie Palm's Blog Page

Pelvic Floor Awareness: The Other Value of Kegels

Hope on the Horizon

POP SURGERY: Damned if We Do, Damned if We Don't

Enterocele, Rectocele, or Both?

Let the Ladies Lead the Way

Is POP Surgery Shifting Backwards?

Together We Will Shift POP into the 21st Century

The Constipation Club

The FDA Mesh Agenda; Part Two

POP Presentation to the FDA OB-GYN Committee 9/8/11

The Mesh Monologue

FDA Pelvic Prolapse Mesh Report; The Rest of the Story

Health Care Tunnel Vision

Preaching to the Preacher

You're Past Rectocele Surgery and Still Can't Poop?

All POP Symptoms Matter To Us

To Pee or Not to Pee; A Runners Guide to Urinary Incontinence

Is it IBS or POP?

Kegels and Kegel Breathing

It's Time to Take Pelvic Organ Prolapse Out of the Closet

When It's More Than Urinary Incontinence

Coughing Your Guts Out?