For Health Practitioners

Pelvic Pain After Pregnancy

Around 1 in 4 women have some pelvic pain at 3 months after having a baby. That’s common. As many causes of these pains naturally improve, only around 1 in 10 women still have pain by 8 months after thebirth.   What causes pelvic pain after having a baby? Pregnancy and birth involve a wide variety […]

Pelvic Pain During Pregnancy

What is pelvic pain in pregnancy (PGP)? Pregnancy comes with a lot of changes to your body. Some people, including those who had bad period painbefore they became pregnant, may find they have less pain in pregnancy. Others, including some women who had no pain concerns before pregnancy, develop new pains associated with the muscles, […]

Men with Pelvic Pain

The relationship between estimates of puborectalis muscle stiffness made with shear wave elastography and electromyography in men with chronic pelvic pain

Menstrual Needs Study – UNIMELB

Please note that all surveys submissions have been obtained. We will keep this page updated with the future findings of this study when it becomes available. Exploring the physical, psychological, social, and medical needs of young women with heavy menstrual bleeding and pain This survey by the University of Melbourne aims to identify the needs […]

LongSTEPPP (Study)

LongSTEPPP stands for the Longitudinal Study of Teenagers with Endometriosis, Period and Pelvic Pain in Australia and is a 5-year study starting in 2022. LongSTEPPP believes that period and pelvic pain can be managed to prevent chronic pain and endometriosis. The study is for young people aged 10-18 years and their parent/guardian who have been referred […]