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[MySurrogateMom] Tips for Egg Donors: Experts Share Their Insights

MySurrogateMom, the first independent surrogacy community in the US and Canada, interviews Mark P. Trolice, M.D., for his best tips for both egg donors and intended parents.

“You can be assured you will not lose your eggs faster, go into menopause sooner, or have a higher rate of infertility as a result of the cycle,” says […]

[CoFertility] What’s It Like to Get a Semen Analysis for Infertility?

CoFertility, a go-to, one-stop resource for fertility health, treatment, and options—from sources you trust, and people who get it, interviews Mark Trolice, M.D., for help uncovering what it’s like to get a semen analysis. 

There are many reasons for doing so, but most common is for infertility testing. “It’s important to know that just because your numbers are […]

[News 6] IVF Procedure Making it Possible for Lesbian Couple to Both Carry Baby

News 6 WKMG interviews Mark Trolice, M.D., to discuss a new IVF procedure, INVOCELL, that is cutting typical costs in half. Lesbian couple, Dawn Brugh and Courteney Brugh, will soon have the possibility to each carry the same baby with INVOCELL.

“With InVoCell, we’re doing it as an affordable IVF with minimal monitoring, lower dose medication and we’re […]

[She Knows] 9 Healthy Habits You Should Establish If You’re Trying to Conceive

SheKnows, a digital media company that helps empower women through articles and discussion related to women’s issues including beauty, relationships, sex and parenting, interviews Mark Trolice, M.D., to try to get the the bottom on which habits to adopt or avoid while trying to get pregnant. 

“One odd but true way to increase your chances of […]

[KFI] The Male Fertility Window (Tick Tock)

The dreaded fertility window isn’t just for women anymore. Men, listen up, even though you can technically impregnate a woman well up in years, it does not come without risks. Think autism, schizophrenia, miscarriage and more.

Fertility specialist Dr. Mark Trolice sits down with Dr. Wendy Walsh on KFI AM 640 to talk about what can happen […]

Dr. Trolice Participated in National Infertility Advocacy Day

Mark P. Trolice, M.D., director of Fertility CARE: The IVF Center, and his wife attended this year’s Advocacy Day, on May 15-16 in Washington D.C., organized by RESOLVE, a national infertility patient advocacy organization.

This year’s Advocacy Day was in partnership with the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM). Advocacy Day is a bi-partisan RESOLVE event […]

[Your Tango] What It Might Mean If You Have Bumps On Your Labia

Your Tango recently interviewed Mark P. Trolice, M.D., for his insights on what it means if you have bumps on your labia.

“Treatment typically resolves naturally with proper cleaning, loose clothing, warm compresses, and avoiding shaving until the condition resolves,” says Dr. Trolice.

“The worst diagnosis for bumps on the labia is cancer in the form of […]

[CoFertility] What’s the Deal With Fibroids and Infertility?

CoFertility, a go-to, one-stop resource for fertility health, treatment, and options—from sources you trust, and people who get it, interviews Mark Trolice, M.D., to break down the connection between fibroids and infertility. 

“Unless the uterine cavity is affected by fibroids, we leave them alone,” Dr. Trolice says. “But if there’s a distortion of the cavity—like if […]

[SheKnows] 11 Old Wives’ Tales About Trying to Conceive That We Should Banish for Good

SheKnows, a progressive, inclusive space for women to find the practical information they need, interviews Mark Trolice, M.D., for his help on cracking age old wives’ tales about trying to conceive.

“These things perpetuate not out of science, but out of hearsay, and can spread like wildfire,” Dr. Trolice says, “now, because of social media, it’s a disaster.”

In […]

[Blog Chicks] 9 Things Gynecologists Wish They Could Tell You About Your Period

Blog Chicks, an Australian based fashion blog, interviews Mark Trolice, M.D., to dig deeper into what rumors surrounding the menstrual cycle are really true.

One disputed idea is that not having a period means your “lucky.” Dr. Trolice warns, “The lack of a period can result from a hormonal disorder (see PCOS) with risk of uterine […]