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Fertility Health Podcast

The Fertility Health Podcast Hosted by Mark P. Trolice, M.D., is a bi-weekly podcast to inform and educate those facing fertility challenges. Dr. Trolice, one of the few infertility specialists in the world to host an infertility podcast, provides subscribers with unbiased, first-hand advice and potential treatment news, tips and strategies they can use on their fertility journey.

In each episode, Dr. Trolice, one of the southeastern United States foremost fertility experts, answers the questions he hears most and shares inspiring stories about couples that have successfully navigated the ever-changing landscape of fertility treatment.

Every episode Dr. Trolice welcomes an industry thought leader as a guest to share their story of treating infertility in the digital age while reviewing and discussing the most recent infertility topics, trends and technology.

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If you enjoyed our first episode, the rest are available below:

Ep. 19 | Will Fertility Coverage Ever Get Mandated?

The state of New York recently passed legislation mandating fertility treatment. Since then, hope has sprung up that nationwide mandating […]

Ep. 18 | How to Achieve a Great Doctor-Patient Relationship

The journey to start or expand a family for aspiring mothers or couples can be long, arduous, and filled with […]

Ep. 17 | What Is a Hysteroscopy and Why Would You Need One?

The field of reproductive medicine is about much more than in vitro fertilization (IVF) or intrauterine insemination. Patients may require […]

Ep. 16 | Fertility Preservation for Cancer Patients

Receiving a cancer diagnosis can disrupt and even destroy a hopeful parent’s dream of starting or growing a family. Cancer […]

Ep. 15 | What Are Mosaic Embryos?

Mosaic is the term assigned to embryos found to possess both normal and abnormal cells during preimplantation genetic screening (PGS). […]

Ep. 14 | What Are the Reproductive Legal Issues with Surrogacy and Adoption?

Surrogacy and adoption can be incredibly fulfilling experiences, both for intended parents and gestational carriers. However, for hopeful parents considering […]

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