Clomid for Infertility: Pros and Cons
July 14, 2019 01:54PM
Clomid for Infertility: Pros and Cons

While in vitro fertilization (IVF) may be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of fertility treatment, there are several less invasive, less expensive options your doctor may want to explore.

Clomid results has been a popular choice amongst intended parents for more than 50 years. While it certainly boasts longevity in a field that has rapidly evolved in the past several decades, there are both pros and cons to taking this little pill.

Pro: Clomid can regulate or induce ovulation.

Thanks to clomiphene citrate, known as Clomid and also sold generically under other brand names like Serophene, millions of women have become pregnant since it first hit the market in 1967. The oral pill works to regulate or induce ovulation, stimulating the number of hormones that support the growth and release of a mature egg in women who are not ovulating regularly enough to get pregnant. The typical protocol is a 50mg dose per day on days 3 to 7 of the menstrual cycle, though precise treatment will vary by individual.

Most women will ovulate 7 to 10 days after Clomid, which means you’re most likely to conceive on days 11 through 21 of your cycle. Statistics show that, when taken as directed, 80 percent of women will respond to the treatment and successfully ovulate on Clomid.
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October 14, 2021 11:47AM
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