Please join us in welcoming two new Co-Community Leaders to the Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP) Community. UKLady1001 and Summer59 have a lot of knowledge and experience, as we look forward to continuing to work with you and your new Co-CL's as your community grows!
Thank you Cheryl and Sherrie for your warm welcome. POP is a condition which so women all over the world are beginning to talk about more and more and want to find out answers for. I look forward to supporting members both new and established who have Pelvic Prolapse questions.
Thank you both for the warm welcome. It has been a long journey to get to the point of my upcoming POP surgery on Sept 25th. I went through a lot of tests, doctors, alternative methods etc. and the best support came from other women who were going through the same thing as me. I look forward to being able to return that same support and help others get through this. It is then that I know my journey was for a reason.
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