Individual health Care can be expensive, but there are many things you can do to manage your pain that are free or low cost.
You can download the book by clicking on the following link:
Download the Pelvic Pain e-Booklet (996KB)
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One such course is ‘The Pain Course’ provided free of charge by Macquarie University. It teaches the knowledge you need about Chronic Pain and the practical skills for pain management and emotional wellbeing.
The Pain Course runs over 5 weeks and includes:
Find out more at: http://ecentreclinic.org/index.php/our-courses/ecentreclinic-courses
While the pink flower cover remains the same, we update the contents regularly. The most recent version has a barcode on the back cover. Chapter 4 has a section on each type of pain with instructions for treatment that you can do yourself or discuss with your local doctor. Look up the problem that worries you most and which treatments would suit you best.
to so you are always up to date with the latest in pelvic pain courses, articles, online resources and research. While we can’t answer questions on FACEBOOK, and don’t blog, you will hear about the latest treatments first. Remember to look back at old posts.
look for the public hospital near you that has a good reputation for laparoscopic surgery for gynaecological conditions. With so many different medical conditions to care for, it is common for hospitals to develop particular areas of expertise and always remember that not all pain needs surgery. The pink Endometriosis and Pelvic Pain book explains which types of pain respond well to surgery and which types might be best treated in other ways. It also has a chapter on how to prepare for a laparoscopy.
for other places to find free information and services.