Having kicked around (and then set fire to and walked away laughing from) the hallowed halls of mainstream and alternative medicine for quite some time, Shoelover knows a quack when Shoelover sees a quack and Dax Moy, you are a quack.
Who is Dax Moy?
Self proclaimed "UK's Premier Personal Trainer". I would send you a link to his page, but that would be doing him a favor. If you found this blog, you can find his site.
Why is Dax Moy a Quack?
For claiming in a Mirror story that wearing "high heels can cause in relation to fertility, menstrual cycles and abdominal function" due to something referred to as "Visceroptosis", literally a "drooping of the organs". While internal organs can be displaced and there may be some clinical signs and symptoms associated with this displacement, it is quite difficult to find any literature that backs up the sweeping claims of Dax, the expert. In fact, in some cases internal organ displacement may be result of a medical problem and not the cause.
While the author of the article, Brian Roberts, writes that Dax (assuming that Dax is the "expert") claims that wearing five-inch killer heels can affect their (women's) internal organs and fertility, there is not a single reference to a medical and or research journal. Hell, one would have thought the author might have consulted a gynecologist to back up the claims of "expert" Dax, unless of course Dax is also a gynecologist. Dax, are you a gyno?
While wearing 5 inch high heels can be dangerous, I would be more worried about falling (a al Naomi Campbell and her Westwood-designed mock-croc platform shoes) than having a prolapsed uterus. But that is just me.