A comprehensive and informative site for mothers who want to learn about uterine prolapse,
and find ways to deal with pain and stress of this condition.



Finding Support When You Have Uterine Prolapse

Uterine Prolapse is a difficult thing to go through. You can experience pain, embarrassment, and fear. This is especially evident when you are trying to find a treatment that is right for you. A great way to help yourself get through this is to find a support group. With anything difficult, it helps to be able to talk to someone or several people who have gone through the same thing. Here are some great places to find a good support group.

Join an online group -

This will give you instant support as you will be able to converse with literally thousands of women who are going through the same thing, or who have already gone through it. It may also be helpful if you're embarrassed about this condition, because talking with someone via the computer is a lot easier sometimes than speaking with them face to face. This is a great place to get some inside information on possible treatments. You can also get feedback from women who have gone through surgery for this condition. You can make your decision using their experiences, for example, if the surgery was extremely painful, or not painful at all, if they have had recurring problems, or if it was a complete success. Speaking with others who have 'been there' will give you confidence, because you know you are not alone. You will have the ability to speak with your doctor about it easily, and know that you are not the only person who's ever had to go through this.

Join a group in your hometown -

If you think it would be easier to speak with people that are in the same room with you, try to find a group that is available in your hometown. You can use the internet to research this, or ask someone whom you know has had to deal with this condition. This can be a great idea because you will be able to make friends who know what you are going through. Discussing uterine prolapse with someone who has it, or has sought treatment for it can help you decide which treatment option to pursue. You can find out what worked for them, or what was not such a good idea. Anyone who has had this condition will be more empathetic, and more able to relate to you than other people. This is a great option.

Talk to your doctor -

Your doctor may be able to give you some information about support groups in your area. There may be groups with people who have different types of conditions, or they may all be related with uterine prolapse. This is a great way to find out about a good support group that will help you get through this situation. Even just a women's group can help a lot. These are groups where there are different types of women to discuss things with. Pregnant women, mothers, etc. You can get a lot of great feedback and treatment ideas from groups like this. 

Getting support while you are going through anything scary or painful is a good idea. It will make you feel better just to be around or be able to talk to people who can relate to you. A lot of times depression or anxiety can accompany conditions like this. It's important that you don't let it weigh you down to the point where you may need medications for this as well. Talking through your feelings and fears can help. Support groups are a great idea.