It is time to help women see Pelvic Organ Prolapse in a new way. After fully and naturally healing second degree uterine prolapse, journalist and holistic wellness guide Shannon Dunn shares the habits and how-tos that formed the foundation of her recovery.
While one-in-two women suffer from some form of prolapse, few speak of the physical or emotional turmoil related to it. HEALING PROLAPSE: Where to Begin was written to become a support and help for women who are searching for answers and want to heal, but do not know where to start.
As you adopt and adapt the guidance within, little by little, bit by bit, you may soon find each day adds up to not only reducing or resolving symptoms but also contributing to an overall sense of vitality, clarity, and wellbeing.
Pelvic Organ Prolapse is a symptom that requires a holistic approach to healing.
It is time to help women see Pelvic Organ Prolapse in a new way. It is not a subject many like to speak about, however, as a woman who has fully healed taking only a natural and holistic approach, it is my duty to speak up and encourage those with the wisdom I gained during my own healing.
Too often, Pelvic Organ Prolapse support groups are complaint-ridden echo chambers, only instilling further fear and false beliefs into newly diagnosed women. Such approaches, coupled with ill-informed advice, only work to hinder our healing, not support it. Women who want to heal must be mindful about what they invite in. Another woman’s beliefs, experiences and symptoms are unique to her and should not be a roadmap for other women to follow.
This book is not a how-to, rather a simple, holistic guide to get you started on your own unique healing path for Pelvic Organ Prolapse. May you adopt and adapt as feels right for you and your unique needs. When we listen to what our body, mind and soul is telling us, anything becomes possible.
I hope what you are about to read brings comfort, peace, and a place to begin.