The survey will ask about your satisfaction with healthcare and social support, and will study the effect it has on interstitial cystitis/bladder pain syndrome (IC) symptoms.
The Alliance for Endometriosis aims to eliminate stigma and encourage more open and productive conversations that lead to faster diagnoses and improved treatment options and experiences in endometriosis.
The VALUE study is looking for adults who have chronic pain, are taking daily oral prescription opioids or continuous delivery through an opioid patch, and are not currently tapering or reducing their opioid medications. Adults from across the U.S. are invited to participate in this study to help us learn about people’s experiences to help future patients, families, and doctors make medical decisions about the best treatment for their chronic pain.
This study is longitudinal, involving the completion of two online surveys that ask questions about physical and psychological health. Survey-one will take approximately 40-60 minutes to complete. At 6-months later, participants will be invited by email to complete survey-two, taking approximately 30mins. Upon completion of the second shorter survey, participants will be entered into a draw to win 1 of 10, 50$ (AUD) vouchers. Any individual aged 18+yrs with a diagnosis of endometriosis is eligible to participate.
This is a research study about vestibulodynia, a condition where women feel pain at the opening of the vagina. They feel this pain regularly when there is pressure in the vagina – pressure from using tampons and/or pressure from sexual activity. Vestibulodynia is very common – it affects 1 out of every 6 women. Through this study, we hope to find out which medications work best to relieve pain from vestibulodynia, and also find out more about what is happening in the body when women have vestibulodyina. We are recruiting women 18-50 years-old for in-person visits at University of California, Los Angeles and University of North Carolina.
Fostering education, awareness, and hope to improve pain and restore quality of life.
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