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Learn

Pelvic Pain is a condition that affects many.

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For Teens

The good news is, you’ve come to the right place to work out what to do next. There are a few reasons why you may experience pelvic pain, but one of the most common reasons is period pain.

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For Women

Pelvic pain affects 1 in 5 Women and People Assigned Female at Birth at some time in their life- yet it is a condition that is rarely discussed.

For Men

Men with pelvic pain have a wide range of different symptoms for a variety of different reasons. Sometimes the pain starts after an injury, sometimes after a period of severe stress, or sometimes with no known cause.

For Health Professionals

With so many people affected by Chronic Pelvic Pain, general practitioners (GPs) will provide the majority of care and are essential in coordinating patient care with other specialists and health professionals. 

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Research

The Pelvic Pain Foundation of Australia supports research through mentoring or financial assistance. Researchers are grateful to those who complete their surveys, and often continue on to other pelvic pain research, based on what they’ve learned from the survey.

About the Foundation

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 aim to minimise the suffering and burden of pelvic pain on individuals, their families and the community through awareness, education, funding, support, and research.

Supporters

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

Board

Pelvic Pain Foundation’s dedicated board members and their background.

Australian Coalition for Endo (ACE)

The Australian Coalition for Endometriosis is the peak consumer and advocacy body representing the needs of people with Endometriosis in Australia. The Pelvic Pain Foundation of Australia is proud to be one of the five members of ACE, together with Endometriosis Australia, EndoActive, QENDO and Endometriosis Western Australia.