Fertility drug how effective to get pregnant with twins or triplets?

Increased risk for! All fertility drugs and assisted reproductive technologies lead to increased risk for multifetal pregnancies (twins, triplets, etc). Without stimulation, most populations have a ~1% risk for multiples. After art or fertility drugs, this risk is between 3-15%, depending on your center's protocols, your condition, chance and choices.

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What other drugs besides Clomid (clomiphene) are used to get a woman pregnant? My wife is on 100 mg of Clomid (clomiphene) and she ovulates normally. If Clomid (clomiphene) doesn't work, will she be given a different fertility drug?

What's the diagnosis. Most pregnancies with Clomid (clomiphene) happen in the first 3-4 months. Inseminations help (iui). Other fertility drugs include Letrozole tablets or injectables like follistim. If your wife is not getting pregnant easily with Clomid (clomiphene) we need to find out why before changing treatment - could be one or more of: low egg supply, pcos / hormonal problems, problems with her fallopian tubes or uterus or your sperm. Read more...
FSH Injections, IVF . If Clomid (clomiphene) alone does not work, adding IUI (intrauterine insemination) can improve Clomid (clomiphene) pregnancy rates. The next step after that would be to take fsh or injectable fertility drugs. Using these drugs in an ivf cycle is safest, but injections can also be combined with iui. Please speak with your doctor about the pros and cons of these options in your situation. Good luck! Read more...

I conceived my first child on a fertility drug is it possible for me to get pregnant without any help now?

Yes! Depending on the reason for using the fertility meds, yes, it often happens that subsequent pregnancies are conceived naturally. Read more...
Yes. Many couples who require treatment the first time around will get pregnant the next time on their own. You should give it at least 6 months of trying on your own before seeking out treatment. Read more...