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Client in the News: Dr. Mark Trolice of Fertility Care: The IVF Center, Elaborates on Contributing Factors for Increased Pregnancy Chances

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Sleeping in Darkness and Silicon and Water-Based Lubes Optimum for Conceiving

JoTo PR client, Fertility Care: The IVF Center, was featured in an article in Bustle titled, 7 Interesting Things That May Increase Someone’s Chances Of Getting Pregnant, According To Research.

Getting pregnant doesn’t come easily for everyone. According to research, there are some things that may increase someone’s chances of conceiving, and you may not be aware of them. But there are some surprising research-based things that are linked to an increase in pregnancy. So here are some weird, interesting, and lesser-known things that can increase someone’s chances of getting pregnant, according to research.

A 2014 study published in the journal Fertility and Sterility found that darkness is important for “optimum” reproductive health in women. According to researchers, melatonin is important for a woman’s fertility because it has antioxidant properties used to protect the eggs. So as Mark P. Trolice, M.D., founder and director of Fertility CARE: The IVF Center, tells Bustle, “Sleeping in total darkness for eight hours can increase the body’s natural melatonin.” Also, if you’re looking to up your chances of getting pregnant, Dr. Trolice says, “Throw away the [spermicidal lube] because it’s […] toxic to sperm.” In fact, a 2014 study published in the journal Fertility and Sterility found that many personal lubricants out there have been found to reduce the motility of sperm.

Fertility CARE (Center of Assisted Reproduction and Endocrinology): The IVF Center provides patient-centered, evidence-based, and individually customized reproductive care in a comfortable and compassionate setting. This Central Florida IVF clinic is the most successful facility of its kind in the Orlando area, and consistently earns 5-star patient ratings in online reviews. Established in 2003 by founder and director Dr. Mark P. Trolice, it is the only fertility clinic in the country to offer both male and female testing, evaluation, and treatment. Today, the practice encompasses the Center for Male Infertility, headed by a fellowship-trained male reproductive specialist; the Mind/Body Institute, overseen by a licensed clinical reproductive psychologist; and the IVF Laboratory of Central Florida, led by a Board-certified high complexity laboratory director. Fertility CARE – The IVF Center offers a comprehensive range of infertility tests and treatment options as well as genetic testing, egg freezing with fertility preservation, egg donation, embryo cryopreservation, surrogacy and other services. For full details, visit www.myfertilitycare.com.

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