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[Healthline] Simple Act of Walking Can Boost Chances of Certain Women to Get Pregnant

Healthline, a consumer health information site, interviews Mark P. Trolice, M.D., for his insights on how walking may help obese women, in particular, to become pregnant.

“There are significant health and reproductive implications of an elevated body mass index (BMI),” says Dr. Trolice.

“Patients with an elevated BMI are at increased risk of infertility, miscarriage, and pregnancy complications, […]

What Are the Do’s and Don’ts during Pregnancy?

Getting pregnant and starting a family is one of the most exciting times during parents’ lives. The preparation to welcome a new life into the home is cause for celebration for the entire extended family. Still, many patients ask, “what are the do’s and don’ts during pregnancy?” 

This information may, at times, be confusing and even […]

How Can You Optimize Natural Attempts at Conception?

When you’re trying to conceive and are having some difficulty, it’s normal for doubt, fear, and even stress to rear their ugly heads. On top of that, you may be receiving all kinds of (unsolicited) advice from friends and family that isn’t always medically-evidence based.

Out of all the things I discuss with my patients, the […]

[We Have Kids] What Is a Chemical Pregnancy and Is It a Miscarriage?

We Have Kids, a site created by moms, dads, educators, and family experts, interviews Mark P. Trolice, M.D., for his insights on chemical pregnancy and if it is a miscarriage.

“A biochemical pregnancy is as devastating as a clinical pregnancy so the woman needs appropriate support from her partner and loved ones. Fortunately, the prognosis is good […]

[She Knows] 6 Things That Happen When You Ditch Hormonal Birth Control

She Knows, a leading women’s lifestyle digital media company, interviews Mark P. Trolice, M.D., for his knowledge about hormonal birth control.

“By three months, your period and fertility should return to normal regardless of the type of BCP method used, i.e. continuous or standard,” says Dr. Trolice.

Ovarian Drilling to Treat Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is the most common hormonal disorder in women, affecting 6-10% of all reproductive-aged women. In women with PCOS, there is an unexplained irregular symmetry from the brain to the ovaries that causes an increase in the production of the male hormone testosterone and a lack of ovulation. A PCOS diagnosis is […]

Just Announced: We Are Only One of Three Clinics in Florida to Achieve a 70% Live Birth Rate

WINTER PARK, Fla. (May 2, 2018) – In its latest bulletin, the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) released Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART) preliminary data from IVF cycles completed in 2016 and final data from 2015 cycles performed in the United States and Fertility CARE: The IVF Center bested the national average in three major […]

[POPSUGAR] Yes, You Can Choose Your Baby’s Sex Through IVF — Here’s How It Works

POPSUGAR, a global media and technology company that delivers inspiring, informative, and entertaining multi-platform content, interviews Mark P. Trolice, M.D., for his insights how parents can choose their baby’s sex through IVF.

“Sperm sorting uses a separation technique that takes advantage of the much larger X (female) chromosome over the Y (male) chromosome, meaning it makes it […]

[Heal Dove] Pregnancy Isn’t the Only Cause of Absent Periods

Heal Dove, a site created by nurses, doctors, and patients—sharing our unique expertise and knowledge about health, medicine, and injuries, interviews Mark P. Trolice, M.D., for his insights on reasons you could miss your period, other than pregnancy.

“Polycystic ovarian syndrome is the most common hormonal disorder in women, affecting 6-10% of all reproductive-aged women,” says Dr. Trolice.

[We Have Kids] Common Causes for Bleeding in the First Trimester

We Have Kids, a site created by moms, dads, educators, and family experts, interviews Mark P. Trolice, M.D., for his insights on common causes for bleeding in the first trimester.

“While any bleeding is alarming, it is not associated with miscarriage unless heavy bleeding occurs—resulting in approximately a 24 percent risk of loss,” says Dr. Trolice.