No, it can’t. But it can sure feel like it! The vagina is basically an elastic and muscular canal that leads to the cervix, which…View More Can a vagina be too small for a penis?
It’s unlikely that British philosopher Francis Bacon imagined that his phrase “knowledge is power” would find its way into the blog of a sexual dysfunction…View More There is Help for Vaginal Pain
Although vulvodynia is a condition that affects many women – studies estimate between 6-20% of women – it is still frequently missed or misdiagnosed, even…View More The mystery of vulvodynia
Many women come to Maze Women’s Health after visiting a number of doctors who have dismissed their complaints of painful sex. Either they don’t see…View More Sexual Pain Is Not Okay
There is perhaps no greater demonstration of irony than the experience of Savannah Magruder’s protagonist in her new film “Debbie Does Dilators”, which will be…View More Maze is proud to support former vaginismus patient and filmmaker
Heard about Netflix’s new series “Sex Education”? It’s garnering a lot of press and tons of eyeballs (as in 40 million-member households, according to the…View More Are You Watching Sex Education or Are You Just Glad to See Me?
Dyspereunia. Admittedly, it’s not a flowery word, and it’s not a walk in the park for those who are diagnosed with it. Dyspereunia is an…View More Diagnosing Dyspareunia (Vaginal Pain)
We have been using Botox to treat Vaginismus here at Maze for almost 10 years now. It has been a life changer for so many…View More 4 Things to Know About Vaginismus Treatment Under Anesthesia
Unfortunately, many women who experience painful intercourse suffer for months, even years, before finding relief. Many women persist with having painful intercourse in silence, some…View More Painful Sex? Don’t Suffer in Silence
Look no further than your latest social media feed (or any other media, for that matter) and where you find the word “women”, it will…View More The Way You Want It