1 Aug 2010
In clinical studies, about 30 percent of women became pregnant after taking Clomid. Success rates will depend on a number of factors, including the cause of infertility, the fertility of your partner, whether sexual intercourse is timed appropriately, and chance.
Try not to become discouraged if you do not become pregnant right away while taking Clomid. It may take more than one cycle!
- Clomid Information for Consumers
- Clomid Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Clomid (detailed)
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My husband and I are trying to concieve, I've had no period for the last 2 months, my doctor gave me medroxyprogesterone (10 days) to give me a ...
2 answers • 1 Sep 2009
Hello all, I'm new to this group. I began taking Clomid a few months ago because I was having 11-15 day cycles due to not ovulating. I started ...
1 answer • 6 Feb 2012
... clomid but my question is he works off shore and get gets home the day before Im due to ovulat Should i still take the meds?
1 answer • 12 Sep 2012
My wife and I have been TTC for 6 years. She is having her 2nd surgery (laparoscopic) soon and we are looking at trying clomid afterwards.
1 answer • 17 Jun 2015