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Chances of Getting Pregnant On Clomid

by Andrea Tom
(Nanaimo BC, Canada )

I'm 41 had hsg test & start chlomid next week are my chances of getting pregnant higher?

I have 2 daughters 23 & 4.

I had hsg test done & no blockage or anything & start my 1st cycle of chlomid next week are my chances of getting pregnant higher?

Answer:

Hi Andrea,

Clomid is a fertility drug prescribed to women who do not ovulate regularly. It stimulates ovulation supporting conception, but it also has serious side effects so it should not be taken for long periods of time.

To increase your chances of success makes sure to chart your cycle and target love making in order to increase your conception.

Clomid does not increase conception rates in women who do already ovulate, it only helps those who do not have regular ovulatory patterns.

Women who have irregular menses may have hormonal imbalance caused by many factors like age, vitamin and mineral delicacy and toxicity. It is recommended to evaluate all these factor before going on Clomid as Clomid will not address them.

Since Clomid can dry up your cervical mucus make sure to supplement with FertileCM or use Pre-Seed during intercourse.

Don’t forget to eat healthy, practice fertility yoga and relax as often as necessary.

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