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Finding the G-spot?!

15 May 2014 Posted by Ditza Katz in Sexual Dysfunction, Women's Health

We are terribly bothered by Dr. Oz's recent feature about the presence of a G-spot in the woman's body, including his statement that it is the woman's responsibility to look for it. Knowing how many women listen to him, we anticipate major crises in the bedroom...

Breast of Everything event

13 May 2014 Posted by Ditza Katz in Cancer

We participated in the Breast of Everything event on Friday 02 May 2014, raising awareness and spreading the word about our available services.  Thank you, team WTC! ...

Vaginismus felt like a puzzle…

02 May 2014 Posted by Ditza Katz in Vaginismus Blog

From K, who recently completed the vaginismus treatment program and celebrated during a weekend stay in Manhattan before flying back home: "Vaginismus always felt like a puzzle I couldn't quite put together until I came to the WTC.  This mirrored the puzzle I worked on while...

Bamboo Massage by Laura (Spa Week)

22 Apr 2014 Posted by Ditza Katz in Women's Health

Laura, our fine massage therapist, is participating in Spa Week by offering heated bamboo massage Swedish massage Stress Melter The special price per a 55-minute session is $50 (regular price: $95) The heated bamboo massage is a unique treatment modality that attracted the attention of Newsday and...

Vaginismus, dilators, and Lidocaine

22 Dec 2013 Posted by womentc in Vaginismus Blog

A 09/09/2020 updated version of this post is available here. Women with vaginismus will often try vaginal dilators for self-cure. While this is a good first step, not all women are successful, and many won't even be able to use the littlest of the set as...

Gynecologic health

16 Sep 2013 Posted by womentc in Vaginismus Blog

The American College of Obstetrics and Gynecologists recommends undergoing annual pelvic examinations starting at age 21.  Screening for cervical cancer is also recommended starting at that age, irrespective of sexual activity.  Pelvic examination of women younger than 21 is recommended only when indicated by medical...

About conception – what? When? How?

15 Jul 2013 Posted by womentc in Women's Health

Conception is the process of becoming pregnant, which starts with the sperm penetrating an egg.  You can view a fascinating video of this amazing journey on WebMD.  Once conception occurs, there are further developments before a pregnancy is confirmed.  Assisted reproduction is medical intervention for...