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Even though 1 in 2 women can experience pelvic organ prolapse, many feel unnecessarily alone. This is so much more than a book. It comes with a community of women from around the globe who understand what you are going through. Our community has lived experience with pelvic organ prolapse and are here to help you on your journey of rediscovery to live a fulfilling life. 

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How this book can help you

Are you feeling alone? 

Often we hear women say I don't even know who I am anymore or I don't know where to start looking for help? 

Finding helpful information and ways to manage our pelvic health is challenging. Even just finding someone to talk to can be hard.

We see you. 

We hear you.  

AND 

We are here to support you.

This book is being shared after almost 7 years of searching for ways to live the best way I can with pelvic organ prolapse that isn't able to be 'fixed' with surgery or managed with a pessary. It's carefully curated, practical information to manage daily life with prolapse. 


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Support 

You deserve to feel heard, understood and supported on your journey with pelvic organ prolapse. 

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Community 
You don't need to suffer in isolation anymore. Be connected to other women around the globe who are also living with pelvic organ prolapse.

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Information
Read carefully curated and up-to-date information from medical professionals and learn from those with real-lived experience.

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Why I wrote this book?

Since the release of 'The Day My Vagina Broke' in 2019, I've worked around the clock to try and 'fix' my prolapse.

After countless appointments with surgeons, physiotherapists and specialists it finally sank in, that there's no current 'fixes' for my prolapse. I then made the decision to learn how to manage and live daily life the best way I could.

I jumped into an advocacy role in this women's health space as a way of finding purpose after not being able to return to my 20 year career in education. 

I want to ensure that by the time my little girl is at an age to learn about her pelvic health, she will have access to all the information she needs to make informed decisions.

During Women's Health Week 2021 we launched our podcast 'The Lowdown with Bravemumma'. Our global reach is helping women on their prolapse journey.  

To take it to next level of an all inclusive community, we've since learned we need to share this knowlege across multiple platforms and mediums, that can allow for this to be translated into any language.

So if you're ready to feel seen, heard and supported on your prolapse journey, buy your copy today. 

To find out where my journey began, grab a copy of 'The Day My Vagina Broke - What They Don't Tell You About Childbirth'. 

Hi there, I’m Stephanie, author of The Day My Vagina Broke and chief Bravemumma. In 2015, I suffered a traumatic childbirth injury that changed my body and my life forever.

I’m now on a mission to start conversations about how we view women's pelvic health. I want to do everything that I can to stop anything like this from happening to my girl (and all of our future girls).

I live with my loving husband, our two little people and fat cat on the South Coast of New South Wales. And when I manage to find a spare few minutes I love listening to a good podcast with a great cup of tea.

Love Bravemumma - Steph xx

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