Pelvic pain

 
Chronic pelvic pain affects up to one in five women. Common forms of pelvic pain include period pain, endometriosis and pudendal neuralgia, which can manifest in a range of symptoms, including bloating, bowel and bladder troubles, painful sex, fatigue, anxiety and low mood.

If you or a loved one has pelvic pain, download the Pelvic Pain eBook or call the Women's Health and Research Institute of Australia 1300 722 206
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Holly's story

"Holly's self-esteem plummeted due to the judgements of others..."

Pelvic pain
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Soula's story

When you have persistent pelvic pain and you visit a GP for help, you'll probably hear a lot of generalisations.

Pelvic pain

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Our mission is to improve the quality of life for the millions of people living with chronic pain, and to minimise the burden of pain on individuals and communities across Australia.

 

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