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Clomid

Clomiphene citrate, sold as Clomid or Serophene, is often the first line of treatment for women who are not ovulating normally.

Clomid Articles

If you are under 35 and have been trying to get pregnant for a year or more — or over 35 and trying for six months or more — you may be unable to ovulate on your own (anovulation). The fertility drug Clomid, brand name for clomiphene citrate, may be a first-line oral fertility drug that will work for you.

After you have had a basic fertility work-up that indicates you are not ovulating regularly or not ovulating at all, your fertility doctor may prescribe Clomid (clomiphene citrate).

If you are having trouble getting pregnant, starting Clomid may be one of the first fertility treatments you consider. Often, a woman experiences infertility because she is not ovulating regularly or not ovulating at all.

Clomid Videos

Video: Will I Have Twins or Triplets if I Use Clomid?

Dr. Karande, a Chicago fertility doctor with InVia Fertility Services, talks about the chance of having multiples - twins or triplets - if you use the fertility drug Clomid.

Video: What is Clomid?

Clomid is a fertility drug that helps a woman produce one or more eggs with ovulation, according to Dr. Eric Flisser, a New York fertility doctor with Reproductive Medicine Associates (RMA) of New York.

Video: What Is the Clomid Challenge Test?

Dr. Eric Flisser, a New York fertility doctor with Reproductive Medicine Associates (RMA) of New York, explains how the clomid challenge test can assess a woman's ovarian reserve.