What I Can Do To Get Pregnant On Clomid?
by Blessing sunday
Am 31yrs old my partner is 31yrs also we've married for two years now but no issue. We went for SFA, HSG and Homener test. Doctor said the rate of my fertility is low he prescribe clomid and vitamin e for me which have been taking for the past six months now no improvement.
What can I do?
Please I need urgent answer.Answer:
The most important thing to do is to begin charting your cycle. This will help you know if Clomid is working for you in helping ovulate regularly each month. Clomid is a fertility drug that may pose side effects and should not be taken for long periods of time.
Monitoring your cycle while on Clomid is a must in order to speed up your ability to conceive and reduce to the minimum the need of this drug.
I would strongly recommend using Ovacue Fertility Monitor
as this is the most accurate fertility monitor on the market and offers a 5-7 days advance notice on your ovulation giving you and your husband plenty of time to plan intercourse for successfully getting pregnant. Ovacue has been clinically proven to be 98.3% accurate in monitoring ovulation in studies sponsored by the National Institute of Health.
The next very important issue you need to explore is your cervical mucus production
as Clomid may decrease the quality and quantity of fertile cervical mucus and decrease your ability to conceive even if it is helping you ovulate.
So, begin monitoring your fertile mucus and if you do not detect fertile cervical mucus that looks like raw egg white around the
time of ovulation, you need to make sure that you do otherwise you efforts are useless.
In order to increase fertile cervical mucus, supplement your diet with FertileCM
. This natural supplement has been designed to be taken with Clomid with the purpose of increase fertile mucus and to support healthy embryo implantation and prevent early miscarriage. It is an excellent remedy.
Why do you need fertile cervical mucus?
When you are trying to conceive you want to have sex the day before ovulation occurs not the day of ovulation as this can be too late and you can miss the egg.
The sperm need to survive within the fallopian tubes after been released during intercourse in order to fertilize the egg. If your cervix does not produce enough cervical mucus or produces hostile mucus, the sperm will never reach their destination and cannot fertilize the egg. Having healthy non-hostile cervical mucus ensures that the sperm stay alive, motile and healthy until the egg is released.
The number one rule in getting pregnant is that the sperm needs to be waiting for the egg as the egg remains alive for only 12 hours once released by the ovary. You want to fertilize this egg right at its release. If an old egg is fertilized it can increase the risk of cause miscarriage and birth defects.
In order to do this, lots of healthy sperm have to be there to fertilize the egg right away.
So, monitor your cycle with Ovacue
and suplement with FertileCM
and you will be in charge of your fertility, no more guessing and hoping.