I've had recurrent miscarriages, doctor suspects mild pcos. I ovulate regularly but I think it causes the egg to not fully develop. Would Clomid (clomiphene) help?

Possibly, but… You should be tested for pcos and then be referred to a fertility specialist to evaluate the problem of recurrent miscarriages. Be sure to mention all meds & supplements you may be taking.
PCOS & RPL. Pcos does not usually cause recurrent pregnany loss, rpl. We do see somewhat worse egg quality at ivf with pcos but still get good success rates. We have many tests for rpl. About 75% of miscarriages are because of abnormal genetics. You need to have a work-up for causes of rpl and a fertility specialist may be needed. Clomid (clomiphene) will help pcos ovulate and it may improve progeserone but may not cure.

Related Questions

Can woman take Clomid (clomiphene) with no pcos and regular period don't know if I ovulate every month had miscarriage last june since then ttc plzz help?

Yes. Clomid (clomiphene) is not exclusively for patients with pcos. Clomid (clomiphene) is used to help a woman ensure that she ovulate. There are many reasons why women don't ovulate. (although pcos is a common reason it is not the only reason). It can also be utilized in women that do ovulate, to increase the number of eggs produced. Read more...

My girlfriend is borderline obese with diagnosed pcos. Cant get preg. If we force ovulation w/clomid increase risk miscarriage? Assuming get preg?

Clomid (clomiphene) induction. Clomid (clomiphene) will simply induce ovulation in an ovary that has been resistant to ovulation due to the PCOS's presence. If the egg contains the appropriate amount of genetic material of both partners male and female , the miscarriage risk is minimal. Read more...

I had a miscarriage in january and now doctor suggested Clomid (clomiphene) for this month. Why am I not ovulating? Or do I have any problem

Can't tell. Having a miscarriage definitely does not mean you don't ovulate. Skipping periods means you don't ovulate. Clomid (clomiphene) is frequently given to women who do ovulate. If in doubt, always ask yor doctor. Hope this helps. Read more...