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[Now Live] Dr. Trolice Hosting New Fertility-Focused Podcast – Episodes Launch This January

The Fertility Health Podcast Hosted by Mark P. Trolice, M.D., is a bi-weekly podcast to inform and educate those facing fertility challenges. Episodes launch in January and release every other week.

Dr. Trolice, one of the few infertility specialists in the world to host an infertility podcast, provides subscribers of the show with unbiased, first-hand advice […]

Ep. 3 | A Guide to Understanding and Treating PCOS

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is one of the most ancient disorders (around 50-60,000 years old) and affects up to one in five women regardless of race, nationality or ethnicity.

For many women, diagnosis involves a long, enigmatic process including numerous physician visits. Its symptoms are not always clear, the condition has many nuances, and the […]

Ep. 2 | What You Need to Know About Advances in Male Infertility Treatment

Of all the causes of infertility, a male factor is responsible for 40%. Yet the focus of infertility treatment traditionally has mainly been on the female. Recent research has indicated that males now produce less than half as many sperm and of lower quality compared with the early 1970s. So, what do you need to […]

Ep. 1 | Why Individualized Reproductive Care Should Matter to Patients

As more GYNs specialize in minimally invasive surgery and IVF, what does the future hold for the role of reproductive endocrinologists providing IVF treatment?

The costs of fertility treatments like IVF can be significant, and it’s essential that patients play an active role in their treatment process. Patients who are lumped into one bucket by […]

[The Paper Gown] A Guide to Freezing Your Eggs

The Paper Gown, an online source powered by ZocDoc that covers health and healthcare with a focus on patient experiences, interviews Mark P. Trolice, M.D., for his insights on freezing your eggs.

Last year, a research team lead by doctors at Brigham and Women’s Hospital introduced a counseling tool to help doctors loosely predict patients’ live-birth outcomes from […]

Dr. Trolice’s 2019 New Year’s Resolutions

Dr. Trolice’s 2019 New Year’s Resolutions
“Frosted window panes, candles gleaming inside, painted candy canes on the tree. Santa’s on his way. He’s filled his sleigh with things, things for you and me. It’s that time of year…”

Well, Santa has come and gone, but it’s that time of year for me to list my New Year’s […]

Orlando Magazine’s 2018 Finest Doctors Issue Highlights Dr. Trolice as a “Top Doctor”

Orlando Magazine’s annual Finest Doctors issue includes two peer-recommended lists that together include more than 600 Orlando physicians. These lists feature Mark P. Trolice, M.D., who has earned the honor of a “Top Doctor” in Orlando.
What is the Top Doctors List?
The Top Doctors list is compiled by Washington, D.C.-based Consumers’ Checkbook, a nonprofit research organization. […]

[She Knows] These Organizations Help People Afford the Cost of IVF

She Knows, a leading women’s lifestyle digital media company, interviews Mark P. Trolice, M.D., for his insights on how families are paying for in vitro fertilization (IVF).

“You can finance over time the cost of an IVF cycle as opposed to a one-time payment,” says Dr. Trolice.

Dr. Trolice Featured on WESH 2 News Discussing Patient’s IVF Journey

In this featured newscast on WESH 2 News, Mark P. Trolice, M.D., discusses the exclusionary costs of in vitro fertilization (IVF) in the state of Florida and why he thinks state insurance laws should adapt to correct the imbalance.

[Spectrum News 13] PCOS Awareness Month Interview

As part of PCOS Awareness Month, Dr. Trolice joined Spectrum News 13 and Sasha Ottey, Executive Director of the PCOS Challenge: The National Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Association, to discuss what polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is and what causes it.

“PCOS is polycystic ovary syndrome, and up to one in five women have this problem,” says Dr. Trolice. […]