My name is Jenna and I have been living with the pain and embarrassment of Pelvic Organ Prolapse for years. Six years ago, soon after the birth of my second daughter, I started to experience a strange pain and pressure in my pelvic region. I tried to ignore it, but eventually, I had to face the reality: I was suffering from Pelvic Organ Prolapse.
My doctor told me that I needed to undergo surgery to repair the prolapse, so I scheduled a procedure. After the surgery, I was in a lot of pain and had difficulty performing daily activities. This was a difficult period for me; I had to rely on my family and friends for help.
I was prescribed medications, physical therapy, and pelvic floor exercises to help with my recovery. I also changed my lifestyle to fit my new reality. I reduced my work hours, incorporated physical activity into my daily routine, and focused on eating healthy and nutritious meals.
Although my road to recovery wasn’t easy, it was worth it. Today, I’m happy to say that I’m leading a normal life and no one can tell that I ever suffered from Pelvic Organ Prolapse. Through the treatments and lifestyle changes, I was able to live a life of comfort and happiness.