March 2019

Ep. 8 | The Role of Social Media and Infertility Treatment

Today’s infertility patients are more informed, empowered, and have more choice than ever before. 77% of patients search their physician online before booking an appointment, and almost three quarters (72%) of patients use online reviews as the very first step to finding a new doctor.

Social media has become a go-to source of information, particularly where […]

[CDC] Zika Prevention and Transmission

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 […]

[Instinct Magazine] What Percent of LGBTQ+ Millennials Plan to Have Children?

Instinct Magazine interviews Mark P. Trolice, M.D., for his insights on the growing interest in family-building for LGBTQ+ Millennials.

A recent survey of LGBTQ+ adults shows a growing interest in family-building, with 41% expressing interest in assisted reproductive technology. Dr. Mark Trolice of Fertility CARE: The IVF Center urges health insurers to help fulfill those dreams.

“Assisted reproductive technology […]

Dr. Trolice Joins PCOS Advocates on Capitol Hill to Support Treatment and Research

WINTER PARK, Fla. (March 12, 2019) – Mark P. Trolice, M.D., director of Fertility CARE: The IVF Center, joined PCOS advocates from across the country to meet with lawmakers on Capitol Hill to address the considerable gaps in polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) care and research. The event, PCOS Advocacy Day, brought together PCOS patients, supporters, […]

[Inc.] 20 Little Things Highly Successful People do (and the Rest of us Probably Don’t)

Inc. interviews Mark P. Trolice, M.D., for his insights on things highly successful people do.

“I have seven things I do religiously every day: get up early — I work out early every day (including weekends) to jump start my batteries; visualize — during my workout I see my day and envision success; eat a healthy breakfast, […]

[EDGE Media Network] More LGBTQ Millennials are Considering Children and Reproductive Technology

EDGE Media Network interviews Mark P. Trolice, M.D., for his insights on why more LGBTQ Millennials are considering children and reproductive technology.

“Parenthood is a closely held dream for many couples, and employers and insurers have the power to make that dream a reality through equal and inclusive healthcare plans,” says Dr. Trolice. 

“The goal of a fertility […]

[The Vital Voice] Fairer Health Insurance Policies Can Help LGBTQ Millennials Planning to Have Children Using Infertility Treatment

The Vital Voice interviews Mark P. Trolice, M.D., for his insights on how fairer health insurance policies can help LGBTQ Millennials planning to have children using infertility treatment.

“Assisted reproductive technology expands family-building options for same-sex couples and allows them to have biologically related children of their own,” explains Dr. Trolice.

[My Surrogate Mom] 24 Experts Drop Wisdom on How to Have a Successful Surrogacy Journey

My Surrogate Mom interviews Mark P. Trolice, M.D., for his insights on how to have a successful surrogacy journey.

“We advise intended parents (IPs) to have realistic expectations along with acceptance of the challenging and exciting journey. Once a client or couple enter the world of third-party reproduction, the information they receive is overwhelming,” says Dr. Trolice.

[WJBF ABC News Channel 6] Women fighting PCOS turn Capitol Hill teal

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.

[Reader’s Digest] 13 Medical Reasons For Abdominal Pain After Sex

Jenn Sinrich at Reader’s Digest, interviews Mark P. Trolice, M.D., for his insights on medical reasons for abdominal pain after sex.

“Though the cause is unknown, women with residual vulvodynia typically begin with behavior modification to reduce exacerbating factors and improve stress reduction,” says Dr. Trolice.