It’s Not 'Just in Your Head'

You don’t have to live without a fulfilling sex life just because you’ve had a baby, passed through menopause or grown up with doubts about sex. Whether it’s Vaginismus, Low Sex Drive, Hormone Imbalances or something else, at Maze, we believe that a satisfying sex life can be yours. And we know it’s not just in your head.

We’re now open for in-office visits (with safety measures)
and will continue to offer virtual telehealth appointments.

We’re looking forward to providing the best care for you, in a way that is most comfortable for you.
Contact us to schedule your in-office or virtual telehealth appointment today.

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Meet The Team at Maze Women's Health

What makes the team of experts at Maze Women’s Health unique? Led by Clinical Director Dr. Bat Sheva Marcus, we treat the whole patient in order to resolve both the physical and psychological aspects of sexual health. Whether you’re struggling with painful sex, low sex drive, hormone imbalances, menopausal symptoms or orgasm challenges, we’ve been successfully helping women for more than 20 years. and we can help you too.

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  • “I highly recommend Maze if you are suffering with any sexual issues or medical problems in that “area” that aren’t resolving. Don’t wait — there is no reason to!”

    E, age 35

  • “When I called Maze Women's Sexual Health, I was at my wit’s end…9 weeks later, I’m enjoying a happy, healthy sex life!”

    G, age 28

  • “I went to see a hypnotist, a physical therapist and had a special massage, but nothing helped. Then I heard about Maze Women’s Sexual Health. It changed our lives.”

    I, age 21

  • “I was very surprised that it took 6 weeks to fix something that had been an issue for a year and a half!”

    Michelle S, age 32

  • “It's such a good feeling to have this issue (lichen sclerosis) fixed / under control, but even more so in learning / finally understanding that it is fine and okay to talk about sex... ”

    MK, age 30

  • “At Maze, they discovered very quickly that the birth control pill was messing up my hormones which caused the pain. From the very first appointment, I left with specific, tangible things to do at home.”

    C

  • “I want to tell any woman out there who thinks they won’t ever be able to have comfortable sex again to go to Maze.”

    M, age 47

  • “I never had an orgasm and felt I was missing a big part of my life. I am so happy I came to Maze. I learned I wasn’t alone, that there are so many people out there with the same issues. There really is hope.”

    B, age 44

  • “I am a firm believer that there is no "magic pill" but a complex mixture of supports that Dr. Marcus has developed for each patient. You saved my sexuality and thus my relationship which is a huge part of my ongoing happiness.”

    M, age 66

  • “I cried from happiness when I realized that my sex life could be normal and healthy. I still cannot believe how far we've come.”

    RW, age 29