PELVIC & GENITAL PAIN IS COMMON, & TREATABLE.

The embarrassing location of symptoms can stop women seeking help with pelvic pain; which often leads to unnecessary medical intervention.

WHAT ARE THE MOST COMMON CONDITIONS OF FEMALE PELVIC PAIN?

Sydney Pelvic Clinic provides the following information for women who might be suffering with one of the common symptoms of female sexual pain or genital area pain.

Vulvodynia

If you have vulva pain, it might be vulvodynia. Learn how we diagnose and treat chronic pelvic pain, and help women get their quality of life back.

Endometriosis

Endometriosis is a common disease in which tissue grows outside of the womb. Learn how to manage and treat ‘endo’.

Pudendal Neuralgia

PN is a painful, uncomfortable pelvic condition which affects bladder, bowel and sexual function. Learn more about this embarrassing condition.

Prolapse

Pelvic organ prolapse is where any of the pelvic organs can drop into the vaginal or rectal space. Find out what effect pelvic training and treatment can have.

FURTHER READING ON PELVIC PAIN & SEXUAL PAIN:

Pain ‘Down There’? It Could be Vulvodynia

Around 8% of Australian women have reported chronic pain in their vulva. Learn about the cycle of pelvic pain, and how physiotherapy and prescribed medication can help with genital pain.

An End to Endo: Treatment for Endometriosis

For the 1 in 10 Aussie women who have ‘endo’, the tissue that is supposed to line the inside of their uterus, grows outside instead. Painful and annoying – can we put an end to endo?

Why Pudendal Neuralgia is a Pain in the Butt

The embarrassing location of PN symptoms often leads to delays in diagnosis and unnecessary medical intervention. Have you experienced sharp, burning or stabbing in the rectum or perineum? Don’t delay dealing with this pain in the butt!

Pudendal Neuralgia | side-view photo of a young woman, who is sitting in her apartment and touching her lower back, while looking up with suffering.

Dealing with Pelvic Organ Prolapse

If you are feeling heaviness, increased pressure or bulging in the vaginal region, you’re not alone. It could be pelvic organ prolapse, and it could be time to correct your pelvic floor with specialist physical or medical treatment.

READY TO GET YOUR LIFE BACK?

Pelvic region pain is more common than you think. Don’t suffer in silence any longer. Call Sydney Pelvic Clinic and let our experienced and passionate team of pelvic physios help you get your pelvic health functioning, so you can get your quality of life back.

The Sydney Pelvic Clinic physiotherapists in Sydney provide this information for women (and their partners) who are experiencing pelvic pain, vulvodynia symptoms, endometriosis (endo), pudendal neuralgia (PN), or pelvic organ prolapse. Sydney Pelvic Clinic can offer pelvic physio services, exercise-led physio and treatments to help women recover from symptoms such as vulva pain, genital pain, rectal pain, pelvis pain and sexual pain. Our experienced team is here to advise on the best ways to manage endometriosis and improve women’s pelvic floor health. While Sydney Pelvic Health Clinic makes every effort to ensure the information in this website is accurate and informative, this information does not take the place of one-on-one professional or medical advice. Do not use this information to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease, or as a substitute for a consultation with our trained health professionals. Sydney Pelvic Clinic is located in Bondi Junction in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs and in St Leonards Sydney, and provides physio-led exercise classes, massage therapies, and physiotherapy services with experienced pelvic physios who can help with any pelvic health condition. Consultations are private and confidential, and can be booked online or by calling the Bondi Junction clinic.

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