Pelvic organ prolapse is a common condition affecting millions of women. Pelvic organ prolapse occurs when the pelvic muscles and ligaments are weakened, making them unable to hold the pelvic organs in place. Consequently, the organs may fall or shift down into the pelvic area. Women with pelvic organ prolapse often have a sense of continual heaviness in the vagina or pelvis. They may complain of a feeling similar to “sitting on a ball,” notice a bulge or mass protruding from the vaginal area, experience discomfort during intercourse, suffer with urinary incontinence or bowel problems.

If you are one of these women, you shouldn’t feel embarrassed or alone. Chances are very good you know someone -- perhaps a girlfriend, neighbor or relative -- who is affected by this condition. Take the first step and attend a FREE upcoming educational event to learn more about this condition as well as treatment options that may be right for you.

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  • About Pelvic Organ Prolapse
  • Pelvic Organ Prolapse Treatment Options
  • Q & A

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About the Speakers

1596552627-541854b80566ecc5 Angel M. Johnson, MD, FACOG

Dr. Angel Marie Johnson is the Director of the Greater Boston Urology Women’s Health Center.

Hailing from the Bay Area, Dr. Angel Marie Johnson earned her undergraduate degree in cognitive psychology from the University of California, Irvine. She moved to New York for medical school and has been on the east coast ever since.

Dr. Johnson attended New York Medical College and completed her residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Albert Einstein College/Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx. Following her residency, she came to Boston for a three-year fellowship program in Urogynecology at Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School.

Dr. Johnson has given numerous presentations on urogynecologic topics, including the following: Understanding the Influence of Lactobacilli on Host Immunity in Women with Urinary Tract Infections: Are Lactobacilli the key to UTI prevention? Based on basic science lab work she completed during her fellowship, she delivered this presentation at the 37th Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Urogynecologic Society in Denver in 2016.

As our urogynecologist, Dr. Johnson is the director of the Greater Boston Urology Women’s Health Center in our Dedham location. She is passionate about improving women’s quality of life, especially as they enter their peri-menopausal years.

Dr. Johnson and her husband, who is also a physician, have two children. As a family, they enjoy spending time in the great outdoors.

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