New posters and awareness campaign
It is well known that many women suffer in silence for many years before they seek help. For some, incontinence and prolapse is a source of personal and social anxiety contributing to personal relationship difficulties, depression, anxiety and prevent women achieving their personal and professional goals. Urogynaecologists specialise in diagnosing and managing these problems and most patient can achieve very good outcomes, so there is no need to suffer in silence. We should all encourage women to seek the help they need.