You don’t have to live without a fulfilling sex life just because you had a baby, passed through menopause or grew 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.
LOW SEX DRIVE
Low libido, or a loss of sexual desire, can become a problem at any life stage, but it doesn't have to be.
If you have pain during sexual activity, it's important to see a practitioner who can help identify the source.
Testosterone may have a significant impact on post-menopausal women’s libidos, and those with low desire.
Today, botulinum toxin can be used to help treat vaginismus by inhibiting contractions of the vaginal muscles.
Menopause can be a time of significant changes, physical as well as psychological and emotional. Our Certified Menopause Practitioners can help.
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What makes the team of experts at Maze Women’s Health unique? 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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