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How To Get Pregnant Faster With Clomid
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
Varies: Infertility doctors will sometimes give metformin and/or medications to stimulate ovulation if you are not having regular cycles. It would be good for you to consult an infertility specialist if you have pcos and do not have regular cycles.For more information www.Askyourgynecologist.Org. ...Read more
Several ideas: Sometimes all it takes is treating with metformin a diabetes medicine that helps pcos ovulate sometimes you need to add Clomid (clomiphene) to make it happen sometimes careful management of ovulation with special meds is needed to time things properly especially if IUI is used. ...Read more
Not predictable: Metformin and clomid (clomiphene) are used to prepare you for pregnancy but there effects are not predictable .Both medication are used in cases of polycystic ovarian syndrome to stimulate ovulation. there are other factors involved besides ovulation to get pregnant the age ,weight and the sperm parameters can be an example of other factors ...Read more
Cross your fingers: The frequency of natural twinning is between 1-2%. Use of fertility medications can increase that chance to as high as 25%, but its considered medically inappropriate to administer fertility medicines purely for the purpose of conceiving multiples. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Fertility meds: - use Clomiphene citrate with IUI - 8% chance of twins and 1% chance of triplets if pregnant - use gonadotropins with IUI - ~20% risk of twins and up to 5% risk of triplets if pregnant - ivf - ~25-30% twins and up to 5% risk of triplets but may vary depending on age of woman and number of embryos transferred. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
2 ways: In women who do not already ovulate, Clomiphene helps them to ovulate. It tricks the body into making more of its own FSH (follicle stimulating hormone) in order to try to grow an egg. In women who already ovulate, it can help you make more than 1 egg at a time. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
In the same month: Clomid (clomiphene) can be given in different ways. Usually women take it on cycle days 3-7 and if it works they will ovulate around cycle day 13--so 6 days after you finish it you are most fertile. It can also be given cycle day 5-9--so 4-5 days after you finish it you are most fertile. Clomid (clomiphene) does not always work to achieve ovulation. It has essentially left your body 100% by the time of your next menses. ...Read more
How long could it take for me to get my period after getting off Depo-Provera shot? And can I get fertility drugs to help me get pregnant faster?
Up to 9 months: You possibly might not see a period for 9 months from your last shot, although it is usually quicker. This assumes your periods were regular before you started the Depo. Fertility drugs are not appropriate in this situation and would be of marginal benefit even if you could find someone who would prescribe them ...Read more
3 months: It really depends on the underlying condition and when a normal cycle is reestablished. ...Read more
How many visits do u usually have to make to a fertility specialist before u r given something/aid to help get pregnant?
Depends: Generally most visits with a fertility specialist will last for an hour or so. During this time they will discuss your medical history and outline an appropriate work-up for will help figure out what the possible causes of why you and your partner are having trouble conceiving. Once the testing is done, you will have a follow-up visit to discuss the results and subsequent treatment options. ...Read more
You are better off: Seeing your obgyn to make sure you one tubes is patent and is normal and to do a proper work up then buying that, you want to make sure your tube is normal and make sure it is not blocked- or u will not get pregnant, and make sure it is not partially blocked or dilated as u could end up with an ectopic in the tube which cannot survive. ...Read more
Conception: Ovulation normally occurs 14 days prior to the next period. Recommend starting to have intercourse a few days prior to ovulation & at ovulation (possibly a couple of days after). Can use an ovulation calendar or ovulation predictor kit to help determine best timing. Take care. ...Read more
Keep trying : Just keep trying and if you have no other problem you will get pregnant if you it does not happen consult a spacialist. ...Read more
How often u shoud have intercourse when u trying to conceive? Does the sperm really need to recharge for 2 days?
See answer: To optimize your chances of conception/pregnancy, the general consensus is to have sex once every 24-48 hrs during your "fertile window" which is the day of ovulation and the preceding 5 days. Having sex more often than once every 24 hrs does have the potential to deplete a man's sperm count especially if they are borderline to begin with....but most men do not need a full 48 hrs to "recharge". ...Read more
Why are u irregular?: If your periods are irregular we need to find out why before recommending treatment - it could be one or more of: low egg supply (diminished ovarian reserve), pcos, thyroid or prolactin hormone problems, or low hormone levels. There are many treatments other than Clomid (clomiphene) depending on the cause of your irregular cycles. If you're 46 low egg supply is very likely an issue. See a rei specialist 4 help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Several factors: It depends on several factors. Since you are 21, your chance is about 25% chance each month provided you have normal tubes and your partner has normal sperm. Make sure you are ovulating either with temp charting or ovulation predictor kits. Have ic on the night of a surge and the day after. ...Read more
8-12 weeks: Different docs have different opinions. While it is probably safe to stop at 8 weeks, many docs will chose to be more cautious and continue it up to 12 weeks. ...Read more
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