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Michelle Lyons and Other Amazing Speakers at IPPS 2016, Chicago!
September 19, 2016
More than 65,000 women are diagnosed with gynecologic cancers (vulvar, vaginal, cervical, ovarian, endometrial) in the United States each year (Sohl et al 2012). Treatment options for these women include surgery, chemotherapy, radiation and hormone therapy – all of which have the potential to have local, regional and global effects on a woman’s body. 


2015 Consensus Terminology and Classification of Persistent Vulvar Pain
We are pleased to announce new consensus guidelines on the terminology of vulvar pain. 

Change in Membership Billing Cycle
IPPS has taken the decision to implement a change in billing cycle for membership billing and renewals. Membership will now be based on Calendar Year and not by Anniversary Date.


The IPPS is committed to helping patients understand the development, evaluation, and treatment of pelvic pain syndromes. We strive to connect suffering patients with knowledgeable medical providers and reliable resources. We are here to help.



As leading experts in the field of pelvic pain, we offer high-quality information to improve the evaluation and treatment skills of those treating pelvic pain. We also help educate those who would like to start treating pelvic pain. The IPPS provides a place where professionals of all levels can connect with colleagues who are committed to the field of pelvic pain.


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