The journey to start or expand a family for aspiring mothers or couples can be long, arduous, and filled with emotional highs and lows. On their way to fertility, patients need to make many decisions such as which treatment option to pursue, whether or not to continue treatments, and whether it is a good idea […]
Mark P. Trolice, M.D., was selected as one of Orlando’s leading physicians as chosen by readers of Orlando Family Magazine in their 2019 Reader’s Choice poll for Top Physicians.
The 2019 Reader’s Choice Top Physicians list includes 254 physicians across more than 45 specialties throughout our community who make the health of their patients their top […]
[My Surrogate Mom] 32 Experts Share Their Number One Tip for Intended Parents Turning to Egg Donation
My Surrogate Mom interviews Mark P. Trolice, M.D., for his insights on the number one tip for intended parents turning to egg donation.
“Pursuing egg donation, a woman, man or couple experience a whole range of emotions, from excitement to apprehension and back again. While the opportunity to have a child provides waves of exhilaration to the intended […]
The field of reproductive medicine is about much more than in vitro fertilization (IVF) or intrauterine insemination. Patients may require surgery for an array of uterine conditions, including fibroids, polyps, chronic endometritis, and Asherman’s disease. The good news is that many of these procedures, including a hysteroscopy, can now be done as outpatient procedures in […]
Mark P. Trolice, M.D., was featured on Yahoo to discuss how eating disorders are a threat to health and fertility.According to the National Eating Disorders Association, 20 million women in the U.S. have an eating disorder at some point in their lives. One potential long-term consequence is infertility; some studies suggest that past and present eating disorders […]
Mark P. Trolice, M.D., was interviewed on the Infertile AF Podcast where he gets real about the 10 years of infertility he and his wife experienced before adopting their five children.
Dr. Trolice calls infertility “a life crisis” and how not being able to help his wife caused him to “spiral down into an abyss of despair.”
Sara Au at Psychology Today interviewed Mark P. Trolice, M.D., to discuss a generational shift in LGBTQ+ family-building.
It is an issue that will only grow. In a Family Equality Council survey from March 2019, 3.8 million LGBTQ millennials are considering expanding their families in the coming years, and 2.9 million are actively planning to do so.
“Whether it’s […]
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 […]
Receiving a cancer diagnosis can disrupt and even destroy a hopeful parent’s dream of starting or growing a family. Cancer treatments, especially chemotherapy, can have harmful impacts on a woman’s eggs and a man’s sperm. However, recent advances in fertility treatment have allowed cancer patients to preserve their fertility and have provided new hope where […]
[Fertility and Sterility] The Great Wall: The Symbol of a Path to Great Progress in Oncofertility Services
Mark P. Trolice, M.D., was part of a group of reproductive endocrine infertility specialist that worked alongside Chinese professionals in the global city of Shanghai. At a local conference, they spoke on health care initiatives from a Western hemisphere perspective. Afterward, they discovered a mutual passion for oncofertility.
In discussion with Chinese colleagues, the approach to […]