Trying to conceive having problems would it be ok to try Clomid (clomiphene) without a prescription?

Not a good idea. Consult a physician if you have difficulty conceiving. Your ob/gyn can prescribe clomid, (clomiphene) but if you don't get pregnant after 3 months of Clomid (clomiphene) see a fertility specialist (reproductive endocrinologist or rei). See rei first if you are over 35 and trying for 6 months or more, if over 40, or if you have irregular cycles, previous ectopic pregnancy, chlamydia or pid, or your partner has sperm issues.
Maybe... Clomid (clomiphene) was designed to treat patients with irregular menstrual cycles, but over time has been used for women with "unexplained" infertility. However, the success rates are much less in these women, and for this reason, I usually recommend supervision. Clomid (clomiphene) also has side effects: cervical mucus thickening, thinning of the uterine lining, and the potential for multiple pregnancy.

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Trying to conceive second baby with clomid (clomiphene).Dr advices duphastan from 21 st day for 10 days. Had for seven days and stopped. Is there problem with it.

Why stop? . If your doctor advised you to take it for ten days why did you stop after seven? With infertility treatments timing is very important. Your doctor needs to know exactly what you are taking and when to ensure the highest possible chance of success. If you disagree with the doctors plan communicate your concerns and discuss options together.

I'm 32 with no problems, male factor is 2% morph trying to conceive for 14 months. Had our 2nd IUI with 50 Clomid (clomiphene) neg. What's next step? Iui or ivf?

Depends. There are many different factors that goes into account when deciding about the best fertility treatment and it can't and should not be answered by simply advising yes or no ivf. I would suggest however to look into the possible underlying causes for the low morphology and try to improve it (if at all possible)before your next fertility treatment. Good luck!
Depends. Is the rest of the sa normal?, have you been evaluated? Low morphology may decrease you chance of success with IUI but lots of patients still conceive this way with isolated low morphology on the sa. It really depends on the other sperm parameters and your evaluation ask you doctor for advice.

Trying to conceive having mild pcos and irregular periods should I try Clomid (clomiphene) first before going for laproscopy? Or go straight away for laproscopy?

Clomid (clomiphene) Why would u want to do laparoscopy for pcos? Laparoscopy is to r/o tubal blockage, adhesions, or endometriosis or for unexplained infertilty, the surgery should be last unless u have a specific indication to do it.

Been trying to conceive for the past 5 months no results please help. Have been on Clomid (clomiphene) for 2 cycles, no results?

Evaluation. First it depends on the cause of infertility. If you had a full work-up already then that helps to decide the next step. If you have not had a full workup then I would recommend that now. In order to really design a plan for you it is important to know the cause if at all possible.

I am trying to conceive for 2.5years but nothing happens my all tests are normal I have Clomid (clomiphene) also what should I do more?

Seek help. If you have been trying this long and want to have a baby, you should see a fertility doctor who can recommend treatment and monitor you while you are on it.

I have been trying to conceive for 2 years. I have done 3 rounds of Clomid (clomiphene) with no luck. I have another appointment next week. What are my next option?

IVF? Without knowing the details of your case; and if you have exhausted all other options; then most likely either in vitro fertilization; or adoption will be your next step. It is really difficult to offer advise through cyber space because the devil is in the details; and without knowing all of them commenting is really hard. Best advise is be positive; and have your doctor guide you. Good luck!
Consult. Many questions would still need to be answered: your age, have you completed all tests such as a hsg (hysterosalpingogram), sa (semenanalysis) on your partner, amh level or fsh, lh and estradiol, do you ovulate on Clomid (clomiphene) by testing a progesteron level? If you have not had these tests, make sure you do and then have another consult. If there are issues then you might see an infertility specialist.
I have questions... Were you monitored on clomid (clomiphene)? If you didn't have blood hormone testing and ultrasound monitoring, it could be why you didn't conceive. Do you have regular menstrual cycles? If so, Clomid (clomiphene) is designed for women who don't ovulate... Have you seen a board certified reproductive endocrinologist? They specialize in finding out why you're not pregnant to best help you conceive.
Check workup. Make sure all tests were completed including your hsg or dye test, a semenanalysis on your husband, an amh level to check your ovarian reserve, TSH and prolactin levels. Did they see how many follicles you had on Clomid (clomiphene) by doing an ultrasound at midcycle? Did they do inseminations? Did they check your Progesterone level day 22 or 7 days after supposed ovulation? Ask those questions & get back to.

I've been trying to conceive for the last year and a half with no luck. For the past two cycles I have been on Clomid (clomiphene) starting at 50 mg and 100mg resp?

Bad plan. Politely - if you are actually 41 years, and you have been trying for 1 and 1/2 years, and you are on Clomid (clomiphene) you are way behind. Talk with your doctor or get a second opinion, your remaining time is not being used very wisely.