Tips for Parents of Teens with Pain

As parents, we all want the best for our children. Having a child with pain means change for all the family and you may feel ill-equipped to handle these changes.

Period Pain

Period pain is the commonest type of pelvic pain, but what’s normal? None of us know what another woman’s pain is like

For Parents

Teens may not speak up about their pain and how much it affects them for many reasons…

A Book for Children with Pain

Pain in children is more common than most people realise. Common problems include migraine headaches, abdominal pain and limb pain. Pain neuroscience can help explain pain, even in children, helping them understand and overcome their pain.

Video Animation for Women

You may have had pelvic pain for too long, but are you new at putting it all together and understanding what it means?

Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder

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).

Tips and Tricks to recovering well from a laparoscopy

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A laparoscopy is an operation where a gynaecologist puts a telescope through the umbilicus (belly button) to look at the organs inside. For many girls and women, a laparoscopy is one part of their pain management plan. Preparing well for a laparoscopy means a quicker recovery, less pain, less time in hospital, and a better […]

How can I help get PPEP Talk® into my State?

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We are often asked this question, and as we come to another Federal Budget, we need your help more than ever to get PPEP Talk®  into all schools, in all states. We have created a document to help you, help us. Please consider using the template to contact your local member of parliament (MP) to […]