You might be in a phase of life where you’re not entirely sure what you want things to look like in the future. What kind of job do you see yourself in long-term? Do you want to live in the city or in a quieter area? Do you want kids someday? While you might not […]
PRWeb, a company that helps businesses with their PR efforts through social media monitoring and media engagement, publishes results from a new study that shows that high levels of insulin are toxic to human placenta cells.
Dr. Mark Trolice, M.D., comments that the discovery may lead to a better understanding and possible prevention of miscarriage. “There are many […]
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 […]
Mark P. Trolice, M.D., writes for IVF Babble, the leading online fertility magazine with the latest news from around the globe, the importance of advocating for those who suffer from infertility.
“Now, more than ever, this is the time for advocacy. We must unite as a specialty of reproductive healthcare providers and all those affiliated to relieve […]
Let’s Go There w/ Shira and Ryan, an online radio show that offers a daily review of trending stories in pop culture, politics and lifestyle news on topics people dare not to talk about, interviews Mark Trolice, M.D. on the factors that may impact male fertility.
Recent studies are shedding more light on male infertility and how […]
BUSTLE, an online magazine designed for women that positions news and politics alongside articles about beauty, celebrities, and fashion trends, interviews Mark P. Trolice, M.D., to help women better understand what’s happening with their body when it’s most fertile.
“Women’s libidos tend to escalate around ovulation, which may impact how they ” Dr. Trolice says.
The article […]
The Zika virus is a mosquito-transmitted infection related to dengue, yellow fever, and West Nile virus. While it is common in Africa and Asia, it recently spread to the Western Hemisphere.
The concern comes for pregnant women who develop a temporary form of paralysis after exposure to the Zika virus. This temporary paralysis can result in […]
Dr. Trolice is on Capitol Hill advocating for PCOS awareness and increased research funding. While there, he was interviewed by WJBF ABC News Channel 6.
“It’s really the number one ovulation dysfunction in women. And they are devastated. They feel broken. They feel failure,” says Dr. Trolice.
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.
Many women ask, “Is my menstrual cycle normal?” Oftentimes, the answer can depend on a variety of different factors. So, what menstrual cycle is normal and how do you know?
The normal menstrual flow lasts up to seven days, and a woman can lose up to 80 mL of blood flow. Ultimately, what is “normal” is […]