Endometriosis: Beyond the lesions

By Jandra Mueller In our second post of our series covering the Third World Congress on Abdominal and Pelvic Pain, I will cover the lecture titled Endometriosis-associated pain, why should we consider the central nervous system? If you […] Continue Reading

How Diane beat Vulvodynia

By Diane I suffered with pelvic pain for years. I want to share my story, so others won't have to suffer needlessly. It started in February 2009 when I tried having sex with my boyfriend. Intercourse was extremely […] Continue Reading

Make Erections Great Again

By Dr. Joshua Gonzalez As a sexual medicine specialist, I spend a good deal of time talking about erections. Erectile dysfunction (ED) is actually a pretty common problem. Estimates of the prevalence of ED range from 9% to 40% of […] Continue Reading

Physical Therapy Treatment for Interstitial Cystitis and Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome

By Stephanie Prendergast Urinary tract infections hurt. It hurts as your bladder fills, you constantly feel the need to pee and when you do it feels like knives are coming out of your body. You do not experience […] Continue Reading