A Glimpse of Maze Women’s Health

Jenny and Matt Series

Meet Jenny and Matt, a couple who experiences a variety of sexual health issues throughout different stages of their life. 

Vaginismus and Premature Ejaculation

When Jenny and Matt want to take their relationship to the next level, they discover how difficult physical intimacy can be.She had a lot of pain, which turned out to be vaginismus, and he experienced premature ejaculation. They turned to Maze (formerly the Medical Center for Female Sexuality) and Dr. Werner for help and are now enjoying a healthy and satisfying love life.

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Changing Hormone Levels and Low Desire

Jenny and Matt are a middle-aged couple experiencing low libido. They head to Maze (formerly the Medical Center for Female Sexuality) and Dr. Michael Werner and discover that hormonal changes are causing their low desire. Matt and Jenny are relieved to discover they can overcome their problems with hormone therapy. 

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Sexual Dysfunction and Low Libido Caused by Aging

Jenny and Matt are happily retired and traveling the world. But, their romantic getaway is not what they anticipated due to problems they are experiencing in the bedroom. Luckily, their experience over the years has taught them that there are often hormonal / physiological problems underlying sexual dysfunction. Jenny heads to the experts for female sexuality at Maze Women’s Sexual Health (formerly MCFS) and Matt visits Dr. Werner, at Maze Men’s Sexual & Reproductive Health, who specializes in male sexual dysfunction and infertility. They are both given hormone treatments and respond well. Now, traveling around the world became a bit more, how shall we say it…fun. 

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Arousal Disorders and Low Libido

Bat Sheva Marcus, LMSW, MPH, PhD, discusses Low Libido and HSDD (Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder). 

Sexual Arousal and Desire

Because of the personal nature of sexual desire, HSDD (Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder) can be difficult to quantify, and treat. Though studies consistently show that HSDD can affect both women and men, some researchers believe women may be at least twice as likely to have HSDD, which is why much of the research is pointed at women.

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Low Desire — It's Not in Your Head

Because of the personal nature of sexual desire, HSDD (Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder) can be difficult to quantify, and treat. Though studies consistently show that HSDD can affect both women and men, some researchers believe women may be at least twice as likely to have HSDD, which is why much of the research is pointed at women.

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Causes of Low Sexual Desire

The causes of Low Sexual Desire are discussed by Bat Sheva Marcus, LMSW, MPH, PhD and Clinical Director of Maze Women’s Sexual Health (formerly the Medical Center for Female Sexuality).

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Sex Therapy

At Maze, sex therapy is a unique, cutting edge collaborative model that integrates the medical, emotional, and behavioral components of treating sexual dysfunction — all under one roof. We get the whole picture of what’s going on, and we work with you to develop a treatment plan that not only brings you relief, but pleasure and excitement in your sex life.

Sex Therapy — Treating Female Sexual Dysfunction
Sex Therapy and Female Sexual Dysfunction

No one knows your body better than you, including knowing when your sex life isn’t as satisfying as it could be. There can be any number of reasons for what you’re experiencing — some of those may be physiological (that is, physical) and some of those may be psychological. Often those two things may be affected by each other. Regardless, don’t assume sex therapy is the only answer.

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Medical Center for Female Sexuality — We Can Help

If you ever wished there was a place where any and all female sexual health issues could be discussed, diagnosed, and treated — a place of understanding and compassion — have a look at the rest of our site.

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Female Sexual Deficiency (FSD): Is It Real?

At Maze, sex therapy is a unique, cutting edge collaborative model that integrates the medical, emotional, and behavioral components of treating sexual dysfunction — all under one roof. We get the whole picture of what’s going on, and we work with you to develop a treatment plan that not only brings you relief, but pleasure and excitement in your sex life.

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A Female Viagra?

At Maze, sex therapy is a unique, cutting edge collaborative model that integrates the medical, emotional, and behavioral components of treating sexual dysfunction — all under one roof. We get the whole picture of what’s going on, and we work with you to develop a treatment plan that not only brings you relief, but pleasure and excitement in your sex life.

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Professional Training in Female Sexual Dysfunction

Professional Training in Female Sexual Dysfunction is discussed by Bat Sheva Marcus, LMSW, MPH, PhD and Clinical Director of Maze Women’s Sexual Health (formerly the Medical Center for Female Sexuality).

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A Good Day at Maze

Bat Sheva Marcus, LMSW, MPH, PhD and Clinical Director of the Medical Center for Female Sexuality (formerly the Medical Center for Female Sexuality) describes successful treatment and the satisfaction of helping women with their sexual problems.

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Hormone Therapy

You’d be surprised how much hormone levels affect your health and well-being. Sure, we all know about its influence over sexual functions and desire. But did you know that hormones could also affect your mood, temperature regulation, appetite, sleep patterns, memory and general mental health? That’s why you want to make sure you have the right amounts of the right kinds.

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