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Pelvic Pain affects 1 in 5 women and 1 in 12 men at some time in their life – yet it’s a condition that is rarely discussed.

As most types of pelvic pain can’t be diagnosed with blood tests or scans, it’s easy for women and men with this problem to suffer pain for years before finding the help they need.

The Pelvic Pain Foundation of Australia is a not-for-profit organisation formed to build a healthier and more productive community by improving the quality of life of people with pelvic pain.

We realise that pelvic pain affects a large number of girls, women and men of all ages, ethnicities and social backgrounds. We aim to minimise the suffering and burden of pelvic pain on individuals, their families and the community through awareness, education, funding, support and research.

This website provides information for those affected by pelvic pain, their families and their health care providers, regardless of income, location or access to services.

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Help the Pelvic Pain Foundation of Australia continue research and education into pelvic pain and endometriosis. Donations of $2 or more are tax deductible in Australia.

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The Pelvic Pain Foundation of Australia is grateful for the generous support we receive from the following individual and organisations, as well as our anonymous donors.

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OUR LATEST

June 3

PPEP Talk® Schools Program Educator WA (0.6 FTE)

The Pelvic Pain Foundation of Australia is a not for profit organisation whose goal is to build a healthier and more productive community by improving the quality of life of people with pelvic pain. The Pelvic Pain Foundation of Australia has provided the PPEP Talk® Schools Education Program to schools in South Australia and is […]

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May 27

Recipe Series- Warm Chia Porridge with Caramelised Bananas

Persistent genital arousal disorder – also called PGAD – might sound like an unusual condition, but it does happen. And it’s distressing to those who are affected. Another name for this condition is Persistent Sexual Arousal Syndrome (PSAS).

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May 5

Easy Stretches to Relax the Pelvis – Women

These stretches are designed to loosen the muscles inside and around the pelvis.

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