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Clomid and Other Stimulation Medications
Clomid and other stimulation medications are commonly used with IUI and IVF to treat ovulation disorders and unexplained infertility. Controlled ovarian hyperstimulation (COH) refers to the use of these fertility drugs to stimulate the growth and development of ovarian follicles to produce multiple eggs and increase the chance of pregnancy.
Clomid (clomiphene citrate) is one of the most often used fertility drugs. Clomid is often prescribed as a first-line fertility treatment for women who are struggling to get pregnant. Find more information on Clomid here:
- Clomid, Serophene
- Clomid Is Often the First Step in Fertility Treatment
- Clomid Side Effects
- Clomid Success Rates
- Clomid and Insemination/Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)
- How Long Should I Be on Clomid?
- Is Clomid Therapy Right for You?
- The Clomid Challenge Test
If you've been on Clomid for more than 6 months and have not achieved pregnancy, it may be time to visit a Reproductive Endocrinologist.