Elizabeth Yepez

La Dra. Yepez en “Chicago Latino TV” hablando sobre las mujeres y el orgasmo!

I had a great opportunity to sit down with these amazing women on Chicago Latino TV and talk about women, sex, and orgasms–or the lack thereof! Check it out–es en español! Dr. Yepez on Chicago Latino TV    

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Urinary Incontinence–When your kids aren’t the only ones wetting their pants!

We have all seen the commercials, we have all joked about it with our girlfriends, and we have all secretly worried about the day it would happen to us.  Then one day, when we least expect it, something happens:  as we laugh a little too hard when our girlfriend recounts a familiar work story while we […]

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“A Whole Other Hole”…the wonders of the female anatomy

I was at a women’s networking event last week and the conversation led to the new season of Orange Is the New Black, the hot Netflix series that takes place in a women’s prison.  If you haven’t seen it, I suggest you do. The show really explores so many female and human psyche topics, which […]

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Keeping Healthy While Staying Busy

So this summer has gotten off to a rough start as far as getting my diet, exercise and “life” in sync.  This is never an easy task, but my body definitely feels it when I am not eating right or exercising on a regular basis. So much so that I become sluggish, and start relying on […]

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Top 10 things you should know about your fertility

As a perfect closure to this month and our discussions on fertility, I thought I would share with you the great opportunity I recently had to work with First Response, Fertility, Ovulation & Pregnancy Tests in New York City to get the word out to the media about a recent study they helped to develop. Edelman Berland […]

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The Ultimate Back- Up Plan

Another “specialty feature” by Reproductive Endocrinologist and Infertility specialist Dr. Hirshfeld-Cytron.  This time she will be letting us know the basics on when and how to bank…and I’m not talking money ladies!  Although, it can end up being the best investment a woman can make.   Although the Jennifer Aniston movie, Back Up Plan, involved […]

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Understanding Infertility: 5 Most Common Diagnoses & Treatment Solutions

  If you’ve been trying to conceive and those two little pink lines still elude you, know that you are not alone. While it takes most couples an average up to one year to become pregnant, one in six couples experiences infertility issues.   Here are five of the most common infertility diagnoses, along with […]

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Understatement on fertility: “If it happens it happens…”

It is unfortunately my job to remind and educate patients of their current behaviors, health status, and what that means for their future…”you are morbidly obese and your weight puts you at risk for developing serious health conditions like diabetes, hypertension, and even breast and endometrial cancer…let’s talk about some things we can do to work […]

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A Working Mom’s Surrender

Being an active mom of 2 little ones, a wife, and full-time ob-gyn didn’t leave much room on my already loaded schedule.  So when I added “blogger” to the list I had many people asking how I managed to do it all.   Good question.   This question is not new to me as I […]

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Your “Not-So-‘Well’-Woman-Exam” at every decade: 50’s, 60’s, & 70’s

This last series of blogs has been all about empowering women to be knowledgeable and prepared for their annual gynecology visit–whether it be a routine visit or a problem visit. Going from a “well-woman” exam to a “not-so-well-woman” exam isn’t always easy, and can cause a great deal of anxiety.  These blogs are meant as a general guideline […]

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