We are currently recruiting for the following studies:

  • The treatment of women with painful penetrative intercourse – a topical cream 
  • Potential treatment for low sex drive in premenopausal women
  • For more information please contact us today, noting which study you are interested in.

  • All studies have been approved by the Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC)

Potential treatment for low sex drive in premenopausal women

The study aim is to assess the effectiveness and safety of the application of a novel treatment for low libido.

Participants need to be:

  • Women over 21-50 years of age (inclusive)
  • Premenopausal
  • In a stable relationship with a partner for 1+ years  

For full details contact Dr Jinzhu Liu via jz.liu@unsw.edu.au

A/Prof John Eden Principal Investigator

Hyaluronic acid for the treatment of Perineal Pain/Pudendal Neuralgia

This study has finished recruitment and is in the data analysis phase. 

Congratulations to WHRIA’s Dr Lauren Kite, the recipient of the Robert Wrigley Pain Research Scholarship, 2018-2019. This grant helped fund the study Randomised cross-over trial assessing the efficacy of adding hyaluronic acid to local anaesthetic in pudendal nerve blocks

For more information please contact us today.

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Any information about you that is obtained in connection with a research study will remain confidential and will be disclosed only with your permission. To ensure confidentiality, your information will be identified only by initials, date of birth and a study allocated number. The results of the study may be published or disclosed to other people in a way that will not identify you. The study will be conducted in accordance all relevant national and international regulatory guidelines to minimise negative impact on participants. Your medical records insofar as they relate to this study may be reviewed by officials of government related bodies or of any commercial company involved in this study. However, no personal details will be released. All data will be stored by the Women’s Health & Research Institute of Australia, under controlled (locked) access. Data will be retained for a minimum of ten years. Materials (including paper documents and computer discs) will be destroyed using an industrial shredding process.

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Last updated: 5 March 2021

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