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Male Pelvic Pain

Male Pelvic Pain

Type 3 non-bacterial Prostatitis or CPPS accounts for roughly 90% of all cases of Prostatitis, with some figures stating that bacterial involvement accounts for as little as 5-7% of all cases of Prostatitis*.

The National Institute of Health (NIH) states that 25% of all visits to a Urologist by male patients are Prostatitis related. Yet patients are often left feeling isolated by their healthcare provider, misunderstood and very anxious about their condition. They are often told, ‘There is nothing we can do for you’ and ‘This is something you have to learn to live with.’ **

With up to 15% of the male population said to suffer from Prostatitis type symptoms at some point in their life, ‘The Pelvic Pain Clinic’ is here to help.

How to Treat

CPPS Symptoms

The following are common CHRONIC PELVIC PAIN SYNDROME symptoms. Do you feel pain in any of the following places? You might be suffering from CPPS.

  • Urethra (internal to the penis)
  • Tip of Penis
  • Base of Penis
  • Shaft of Penis (external to the penis)
  • Rectum
  • Inner thighs
  • Testicles
  • Perineum (surface discomfort)
  • Prostate (felt as pain higher than the perineum [deeper, internal pain])
  • Above the Pubic Bone (between the pubic bone and belly button)
  • Lower Back Pain
  • Pubic Bone
  • Increased urinary frequency
  • Increased nocturnal urinary frequency
  • Pain upon ejaculation
  • Erectile Dysfunction
CPPS Symptoms


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“Having suffered with Pelvic Pain to the point where I had to be hospitalised for a number of nights, Karl has a great understanding and level of empathy with his patients, appreciating exactly how they feel and what they are going through”.

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