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Easy Stretches to Relax the Pelvis

This PDF will walk you through some easy stretches to aid in relaxing the Pelvis.

Introduction to Pelvic Pain 2019

If you are a girl or woman with period pain, endometriosis or pelvic pain, you’ll know that the pain can seem quite complicated. Don’t worry. It doesn’t need to be so. By learning more about your pain, you’ll be much better able to make good decisions about treatment, and get better pain management.

Managing Chronic Pelvic Pain in Girls and Women

Women with chronic pelvic pain have often experienced pain since adolescence as well as self-doubt, which often results in difficulties in personal development, relationships and sexual confidence. The management approach outlined in this article can help to improve outcomes for these patients.

The Relationship Between Androgens and Days per Month of Period Pain, Pelvic Pain, Headache, and TLR4 Responsiveness of Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells in Young Women with Dysmenorrhoea

A study by Susan F Evans , Yuen Kwok, Ann Solterbeck, Carmen Pyragius, Mary Louise Hull, Mark R Hutchinson and Paul Rolan.

The comorbidities of dysmenorrhea: a clinical survey comparing symptom profile in women with and without endometriosis

A clinical survey by Susan F Evans, Tiffany A Brooks, Adrian J Esterman, M Louise Hull and Paul E Rolan.

Medication Information - Duloxetine

Duloxetine, venlafaxine and desvenlafaxine are antidepressant drugs with lots of potential to help people with pelvic pain. Learn more about Duloxetine in this PDF.

Medication Information - Amitriptyline

Amitriptyline is one of the most usefule medications for managing pelvic pain because it helps several different symptoms at once. Learn more about Amitriptyline in this PDF.

Medication Information - Narcotics (Opioids)

Narcotics (opioids) are a family of medications that include codeine, oxycodone, tramadol, tapentadol, morphine, buprenorphine, methadone, pethidine and heroin. Learn more in this PDF.

Medication Information - Pregabalin & Gabapentin

Pregabalin and Gabapentin come from a family of medications called ‘anti-convulsant’. These medications affect how nerves send pain signals. Learn more in the following printable PDF.

Medication Information - Capsaicin Cream for Vulvadynia

Capsaicin is a natural extract from chilli peppers. It is the part of the chili that gives the burning feeling in your mouth. So why would you put it on such a sensitive area as your vulva? Learn more in this PDF.

Medication Information - Diazepam Suppositories for Pelvic Muscle Spasm

If you have pelvic pain, it’s quite possible that you sometimes have flares of pelvic muscle spasm. Diazepam Suppositories can be used to ease these flares. Learn more in this PDF.