I recently received the following email:
I am contacting you on behalf of the Public Outreach Department at DrugWatch.com. I saw that you had some great posts and was wondering if you would be interested in a guest blog post from our writers to help raise awareness about a serious women’s issue involved with pelvic organ prolapse.
This condition, which typically affects women after childbirth, a hysterectomy or menopause, has a rocky history when it comes to its popular means of treatment. Since the 1990’s a product called transvaginal mesh has led to a series of complications the most serious of which includes organ puncture, infection and in extreme cases loss of life. Being a doula site I thought that this topic would be a good way to get this important information out women to keep them informed about the condition should it come up later down the road.
f this is something you would be interested in or if you have any questions please let me know. I look forward to hearing back from you. Thanks so much for your time.
I did a bit of research and agreed that this was a topic my readers would find relevant and interesting, so I'd like to welcome Elizabeth Carrollton, who writes about defective medical devices and medication safety for Drugwatch.com. I hope you enjoy this guest blog piece.
Author Bio: Elizabeth Carrollton writes about defective medical devices and medication safety for Drugwatch.com.