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When does a couple qualify for clomid (clomiphene)?

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Dr. Peter Horvath
Fertility Medicine

In brief: Most infertility

While typically and classically given to women who don't ovulate normally, to assist them with fertility, Clomid (clomiphene) is commonly given to most women who are subfertile as a 'first line' therapy.
A woman should have at least one open fallopian tube, cannot be menopausal, and should have a partner with reasonable sperm for this to be appropriate. Certain women won't respond; see your doctor.

In brief: Most infertility

While typically and classically given to women who don't ovulate normally, to assist them with fertility, Clomid (clomiphene) is commonly given to most women who are subfertile as a 'first line' therapy.
A woman should have at least one open fallopian tube, cannot be menopausal, and should have a partner with reasonable sperm for this to be appropriate. Certain women won't respond; see your doctor.
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