Pregnancy Miracle Guidelines: Clomid Ins and Outs

You have tried every possible position and technique to get pregnant and have a baby the natural way. Except, with you and your partner it is no longer about the passion, the romance and spontaneity, now it is just about counting, calculating and monitoring. After all the precise measurements and calculations, you still can’t seem to get the pregnancy test to read positive.

You are growing more discouraged with every speedy attempt and giving up seems to be on the horizon. It is time to consider an alternative and turn to the medicine gods for assistance. This gift comes in the form of Clomid.


All About Clomid

Clomid contains Clomiphene citrate and is used to assist infertile women, in their quest to start a family of their own. This medicine is the most common fertility medicine and is widely used around the world. It is used as a way of mending the problems you may be experiencing with regards to ovulation.

Clomid is used to stimulate the release of hormones to assist your body with normal and healthy ovulation. This is done when the hormone levels and stimulation are deficient but the ovaries are able to produce a follicle.

This type of medication is often used by polycystic ovarian syndrome suffers. Clomid is said to be 80% successful in jumpstarting ovulation. Almost half of these women will fall pregnant within 6 cycles of use, but pregnancy usually occurs well before the 6th cycle.

Clomid is taken when the mum to be has a fertility problem and her partner has perfect fertility health. Before resorting to medication, you should ensure that the problem lies with your inability to ovulate and not your partner’s sperm count.

The problems come when the ovaries are healthy, but there is simply not enough hormonal stimulation for pregnancy to occur. Clomid is ideal for you if you ovulate irregularly or not at all.

Clomid works by suppressing the amount of naturally circulating estrogen and causes the pituitary gland to produce more follicular stimulating hormone (FSH) and Luteinizing hormone (LH).

These hormones then stimulate the ovaries to ripen a follicle and release a mature and healthy egg.

This medicine is considered one of the cheapest infertility treatments and it is usually taken for between 5 to 9 days during each month. This will depend on what your doctor has instructed.

This treatment comes in a tablet form of different doses, depending on what your doctor has recommended. It is important to note that Clomid is a potent medication that should be handled and taken with care.

Side Effects of Clomid?

Like all medication, Clomid has some side effects that need to be monitored and taken special care of. Many people have developed an allergic reaction to Clomid. If this occurs seek professional medical help. If you are allergic to this treatment you will experience some of the following symptoms:

  • Difficulty breathing, tight throat or chest and swollen mouth and face.
  • You might develop ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome, which will leave you with swollen hands and feet, stomach pain and swelling, shortness of breath, weight gain and nausea.
  • Pressure, pain and a swollen stomach
  • Hot flushes
  • Vomiting and diarrhoea
  • Sore and tender breasts
  • Blurred vision
  • Headache
  • Abnormal uterine bleeding
  • Mood swings and irritability
  • Decreases quality of cervical mucous
  • Can cause thinning of the lining of the uterus
  • Insomnia
  • Fatigue
  • Depression
  • Acne

If you are using Clomid as a way to have your baby and start a little family of your own, you might be in for a surprise. This is because if you are on Clomid you have a higher chance of having twins.

If you have still not welcomed a little bundle of joy into your life, after being on Clomid for 6 months, it is time to try another alternative.

Staying on this medicine for too long can be dangerous for your health and wellbeing.

When to Avoid Clomid

According to Drugs.com, it is crucial that you talk to your doctor before taking this medicine.

Also, avoid Clomid if you:

  • Might be pregnant
  • Have a thyroid problem
  • Have strange vaginal bleeding
  • Have endometriosis
  • Have uterine fibroids
  • Have a liver disease
  • Ovarian cysts not due to polycystic ovarian syndrome
  • Serious medical illness

Things to Consider before Using Clomid

  • See your doctor first
  • You are very likely to have twins when using Clomid
  • Clomid is not more likely to cause congenital birth defects
  • Clomid may cause the enlargement of an existing cyst
  • Although, you are on this medication, you are still advised to have sex every second day
  • You will start to ovulate 5 to 8 days after the last pill is taken
  • The generic products name is Serophene. It does the exact same thing as Clomid
  • Some medicines may interact with Clomid so ask your doctor about all the medicines you are currently on
  • If you have missed a tablet/dose contact your doctor right away
  • Don’t  drink alcohol with Clomid
  • Due to dizziness and blurred vision, you should refrain from operating heavy machinery
  • Clomid cannot be connected with discomfort or disorders during pregnancy, premature babies and defects in children
  • The hormone receptors of the body include the endometrium, cervix, pituitary, hypothalamus and vagina.  These are the organs that will experience changes in their hormone levels.

It’s all about the Hormones

Clomid is so many women’s dream come true. If you are having a problem with ovulation, it is crucial that you speak to your doctor before you start this treatment.

You could have a bun in the oven in as soon as 3 or 4 months. Remember to never take these tablets for longer than 6 months, with or without the right results.

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