We offer a 45-minute consultation on pessary advice via zoom or messenger.
If you do not have these we can arrange a call back to a landline within Europe.
How it works
Pelvic Organ Prolapse Education works to help you find the right doctor and womens health physiotherapist to be able to treat your condition.
Not all women experience the same symtoms and as each symtom is unique to each women then so should her treatment.
Pelvic organ prolapse affects many women all over the world, especially after having a baby which weakens the pelvic floor. We specialise in pessaries and incontinence devices and our customers have told us that these products have changed their lives for the better. They give women a pain-free and active life, and we are always available for further advice and guidance. During pelvic organ prolapse the internal organs sit outside the vagina, and pessaries push the organs back up and keep them in place. You may need a GP to insert them, so please contact both your doctor and our professionals for more information.