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Ttc. Regular cycles and ovulating. Prescribed clomid (clomiphene). Why? Thought it was just for women who do not ovulate or have pcos? How can it benefit me?

Unlikely. Clomid (clomiphene) is used for a variety of reasons- if you have unexplained infertility-i.e.-regular cycles , normal egg quality tests, partner has normal sa and your tubes are open---the pregnancy rate with Clomid (clomiphene) and intercourse is 2% per cycle adding an insemination will increase it to 10-15%. Clomid (clomiphene) with intercourse does work best for patients that are not ovulating. Read more...

Am 31 yrs old hypothyroid and pcos ttc since 1.6 yr. Done ovulation monitoring with Clomid (clomiphene) & sex on right days but no result. Wht else cld the prob b?

Lots of things... What are the count, progressive motility, and morphology of your partner's sperm? What is the size of your mature follicle on ultrasound the day of ovulation? How thick/thin is your uterine lining on ultrasound at ovulation (clomid (clomiphene) can thin it out to the point of not allowing implantation)? What was, and how long age was, your last tsh? Dr. Roseff www.Reproendo.Com. Read more...

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...

I ve never been late on my period. Was trying to conceive and found out NT ovulating. Dr pres Clomid (clomiphene) and GT preg on 1st cyc. No pcos. Why anovulation?

See details. You say you have never been late. Make sure your menses are regular i.e. first day to first day is the same each cycle. If you are, it would require testing to determine why. Check with your doctor to see if he performed any tests other than checking for ovulation. By the way, what was your lack of ovulation based on? A mid-luteal progesterone? Read more...

Pcos+anvulation age 20. Ovulated last cycle on just metformin. This cycle added 50mg Clomid (clomiphene) days 5-9. Chances (in %) of me ovulating this cycle? Next?

Varied. Whether you ovulate is not a matter of chance, but rather a factor of how well your ovaries respond to the clomiphene. If you have pcos, the combination of Clomiphene and metformin are very likely to induce ovulation. Read more...

Age 20 w/ pcos+anovulation. Ovulated last cycle on just metformin+provera. Now taking 50mg Clomid (clomiphene) cd5-9. Chances of ovulating this cycle? Conceiving?

Different. So having a period does not mean ovulating. Provera (medroxyprogesterone) may cause you to have a period but it will not cause you to ovulate. Metformin can be effective but it not usually as good as clomid. If you ovulate about a 20-25% chance of conceiving as long as there is no other contributing factor to infertility. Read more...
Varies. About 75% of women with pcos will ovulate with clomid (clomiphene). About 75% of them will conceive with in the first 4 cycles. Some of the others will eventually conceive if they continue to ovulate with the clomid (clomiphene). Read more...

How successful is IUI if have PCOS and have done Clomid (clomiphene) and meds over year and ovulated twice with no pregnancy? Think mucus not what should be!

PCOS. Pregancy even with clomiphene citrate is not easy to achieve, and ovulation "twice" in a year is also not helping your chances. Ask your healthcare professional to consider increasing your dose of clomid, or perhaps move to FSH analogues to help you ovulate. You also at 35 may consider in vitro fertilization if the preceding does not produce pregnancy in another six months or so. Read more...