Book Synopsis: Sherrie Palm's book Pelvic Organ Prolapse: The Silent Epidemic, takes a hard look at a common but rarely discussed women's health concern. There are more than 300,000 surgeries for POP annually and it is estimated that 50% of childbearing women experience this condition. Palm's personal experience helped her understand all aspects of this common but seldom understood female health condition. Pelvic Organ Prolapse: The Silent Epidemic explains the condition, the treatment options available, how POP impacts a woman's sexuality, and how to self-care after surgery. Why is pelvic organ prolapse still stuffed in the closet? Women in every walk of life may now access pivotal information to assist navigation of pelvic organ prolapse; Sherrie Palm talks about POP out loud in terms all women can understand. As a woman who experienced the condition, Palm explores pelvic organ prolapse from multiple angles and shares pivotal information women need to recognize symptoms and seek the medical attention they need. About the Author: Sherrie Palm is the Founder/Executive Director of APOPS/Association for Pelvic Organ Prolapse Support, author of the award winning book Pelvic Organ Prolapse: The Silent Epidemic, and a speaker and educator on the topic of pelvic organ prolapse. As a grassroots women's health advocate, Sherrie dedicates her time to generating international awareness of pelvic organ prolapse, and developing guidance and support structures for women navigating POP.