A Shot for Orgasms?

We have recently started a new treatment at Maze, and are seeing great results. The O-Shot, or “orgasm shot,” works by using your own blood to boost your ability to orgasm. Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is extracted from the patient’s blood and injected into an area near the clitoris and inside the vagina. The goal is to stimulate the …

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Netflix and Chill

Okay, I’m not advertising Netflix. I am trying to advertise the “chill” part. Often people don’t make time to “just be” with each other and then they expect sex to “happen” spontaneously. It most often doesn’t work that way. People need a bridge between all the unsexy parts of life (changing diapers, analyzing a spreadsheet, …

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Is My Low Sex Drive Treatable?

If you have been to the gynecologist and the answer to that question was “Oh just try having a glass of wine” or “Desire is something that fades with time- join the club”, then you might feel like the answer is no. But in reality, that is simply not the case. Sex drive is multifactorial, …

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Exercising Your Erotic Brain

More and more we understand that the brain is elastic. When you are getting “better” at a skill it is not only because you are learning that particular skill but because you are actually expanding parts of the brain. When you are working on learning something new, say a certain type of math, you will …

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Spring Fever

Sadly, the snow has not all melted, and there might even be more coming for us in the Northeast.  But on a more positive note, the daffodil and tulip buds are making their way through the snow and bursts of yellow and purple are making their way into the world. For many people winter brings …

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Can Lasers Improve Your Sex Life?

People always ask me that. Here at Maze Women’s Health, we have been using the MonaLisa Touch® for over a year. It is a great option for treating post-menopausal vaginal atrophy. Vaginal atrophy is caused by decreasing levels of estrogen which happens as we age. It causes the skin in the vagina to become thin …

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Another Attack on Healthy Sexuality

There are numerous things that continue to surprise me as a therapist. I have worked with hundreds of sexual assault survivors for over ten years, and very few ever reported the assaults.  There are numerous reasons for that, but one reason that continues to shock me is the shame these individuals feel in disclosing the …

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Grieving Sex

Grief is an experience that is hard to quantify or explain.  It doesn’t work in the usual confines of time and space.  It’s a unique experience, yet shared by humanity.  The New York Times recently published an article on grieving a sex life after a partner dies. It was an important conversation starter.  I thought …

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