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Can You Take Clomid If You Are Overweight
2 miscrg @5week no heartbeat and blighted overweight A1c 6.8 I have started Clomid (clomiphene) this cycle. Chances, meal plan home remedy. Take metfm and insulin?
Consult specialist: Recurrent pregnancy loss (rpl) is a frustrating and emotionally charged problem with many causes. Find a physician with an interest in managing rpl and discuss the evaluation and treatment options. Some patients need addl progesterone, some a blood thinner, some Insulin or metformin. There is probably not a home remedy to address these issues. Best wishes. ...Read more
Same: I have not seen a difference in response between those two groups. The response rate is equally good. ...Read more
How do I get pregnant if I don't always ovulate am overweight and was refuses meformin and clomid, (clomiphene) by nhs. I really want to get pregnant age 39.
Ovulation is key!: Also this may be a good time to lose weight, and get on a healthy exercise and nutrition program, reduce stress levels, and take your prenatal supplements if you are serious. Sometimes acupuncture can improve blood flow to the uterine area. However, your FSH/LH blood levels will determine your ability to ovulate and conceive. So, work with a doctor, who can help you evaluate your whole picture. ...Read more
I am overweight and a diabetic and my A1c is 6.8%. I havehad two early miscarriages, at five weeks. My gynaecologistput me on metformin and clomid (clomiphene). My husband is healthy. What are my chances of having a baby?
Get in shape:
I would stress that you need to exercise enough and diet enough to get in great shape before getting pregnant. It is difficult enough to lose weight and get in shape when you are diabetic. It gets more difficult while pregnant. You need to start out the pregnancy at your best.
Warning: side effects of exercise and maintaining ideal body weight include health and longevity. ...Read more
Hi. I am 26 (female). Married. Have been trying to get pregnant for a year now. On Clomid (clomiphene) for 5months. Low amh. Slight pcos. Overweight. What to do?
I have pcos and I'm trying to get pregnant on chlomid but I'm abit overweight and I really need advice on how to lose weight as chlomid isn't working?
Clomid (clomiphene): Clomid (clomiphene) is given to men in an attempt to increase their sperm count. Special care needs to be taken to follow their testosterone levels. Unfortunately Clomid (clomiphene) is not consistent when given to the men in that it may increase their sperm count but I've also have seen it lower their sperm count or not change it at all. ...Read more
Usually 6 or so: As aboveGet a more detailed answer ›
Days 5-9: You should be under a doctor's care while you are taking clomid (clomiphene). Rarely, but sometimes, it can cause ovarian hyperstimulation or large ovarian cysts. A physician should evaluate you between each month of clomid (clomiphene). Take Clomid (clomiphene) days 5-9. Day 1 is the first day of your period. Start an ovulation kit day 11 or 12. Have sex day 11 and not again until you ovulate. ...Read more
Usually once: Usually it's prescribed once per day but you should verify with the doctor who gave it to you. ...Read more
No: Bad idea: it doesn't work and may confuse your cycle! ...Read more
Variable: Clomid (clomiphene) is an anti-estrogen & works sort of like faking your brain into thinking your ovaries are failing. Fsh levels rise to increase production of Estradiol from the ovary. Response is different for each woman. It may take several cycles to figure out the dose to which a woman will respond. ...Read more
Yes: Clomid (clomiphene) is also indicated for short term use in women who fit the criteria of unexplained infertility. This diagnosis is typically reached after semen analysis, labs and a hysterosalpingogram have confirmed normal findings. Of course, the clinical exam and history should also confirm 12 months of trying without success and a normal physician exam. ...Read more
No one best day: Several studies going back to the 1980s demonstrated that pregnacy rates were the same whether cc was started on cycle day 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5. Most rei and fertility specialists have preferences for some days over others; it's sometimes a theoretical concern (i prefer cd3) and sometimes a practical matter. ...Read more
Variable: Taking Clomid (clomiphene) while using human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG) to trigger ovulation keeps Clomid (clomiphene) from overstimulating the ovaries. Continued Clomid (clomiphene) use without HCG has been shown to raise ovarian cancer risk later in life. Be careful with Clomid (clomiphene) if blurred vision occurs since it can be hard on the eyes and may cause retinal detachment at higher doses. Monitoring use is the key. ...Read more
Anytime: Makes no difference what time of day. Wont affect anything at all. ...Read more
Clomid (clomiphene): 1) you should always ask your own doctor this, not online. 2) you take the two pills together. ...Read more
Is it better to take 50mg Clomid (clomiphene) on days 3-7 or 5-9? I have a 4 day cycle and light flow!
Depends: Both are acceptable approaches. Best to follow your doctors instructions. ...Read more
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