clomid (clomiphene citrate)

    Amenorrhea: No Menstrual Period and Not Pregnant

    If you have amenorrhea and you don't have a period and are not pregnant, then certain tests can be done to find out why you are not getting your period. ... more »

    Clomid Does Not Increase Long-Term Breast Cancer Risk

    Women who took Clomid during treatment for infertility are not at increased risk for developing breast cancer, even if they took the drug 30 years ago, according to a new study. ... more »

    Fertility Medications Overview

    Infertility is one of the most complex medical specialties. It comes with a language all its own. It comes with an array of medicines all its own, too. ... more »

    My Infertility Journey: Intrauterine Insemination IUI (Part 3)

    After diagnosing us with unexplained infertility, our reproductive medicine doctor went over our options with us. The first two things she recommended were intrauterine insemination and in-vitro fertilization. ... more »

    Serum Beta-HCG Testing Needed with Multiple Treatment Cycles

    Researchers from Yale University School of Medicine recently published a case study on a woman of 36 years who underwent two cycles clomiphene citrate with the second cycles occurring after an undetected pregnancy resulting from the first study. ... more »

    Clomid During Pregnancy and Breastfeeding

    All about Clomid (Clomiphene) during pregnancy, breastfeeding and trying to conceive (TTC). Is it safe for use? ... more »

    Serophene (Clomiphene) During Pregnancy and Breastfeeding

    All about Serophene (Clomiphene) during pregnancy, breastfeeding and trying to conceive (TTC). Is it safe for use? ... more »

    Risk of Hypospadias Associated with Medical and Herbal Use During Pregnancy

    Hypospadias is a condition that affects male infants. The condition causes the urethra to develop in a location other than the tip of the penis. ... more »

    The Cost of Male Fertility Drugs

    For some men, fertility drugs like Clomiphene and human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) are prescribed to promote testosterone production, sperm production and sperm motility. However, the cost of fertility drugs often stands in the way of seeking treatment. ... more »

    Fertility Drugs and Breastfeeding

    Fertility drugs are not commonly used by breastfeeding women so there is very little information on safety and efficacy. It is not known if drugs like Clomid, HCG, FSH and other fertility drugs pass to baby in breast milk. ... more »

    Phyto-oestrogens, Ovulation and PCOS

    The study shows an all-natural treatment works just as well as prescription clomiphene citrate at inducing ovulation and other positive changes to support conception in patients with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). ... more »

    Are There Medications for Male Infertility?

    Information on medications prescribed to women to boost fertility or optimize body conditions for in-vitro fertilization abounds, but are there medications out there that work to give men the same boost? ... more »

    PCOS Impact on Reproduction

    Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is often associated with impaired fertility. Patients may suffer from reduced or absent ovulation, irregular menstrual cycles and difficulty conceiving as a result. ... more »

    Will Clomid Treat Your Infertility?

    If you and your partner have been trying to have a baby for a while, you’ve probably tried calculating your ovulation carefully. ... more »

    Clomiphene (Clomid) During Pregnancy and Breastfeeding

    Clomiphene (Clomid) during pregnancy, breastfeeding and trying to conceive (TTC). Is it safe? ... more »

    Acupuncture Increasing Fertility Rates

    According to new research, women prescribed clomid or clomiphene, may have another secret weapon in the fight against infertility. It appears that acupuncture, when used with medication therapy, can increase fertility and pregnancy. ... more »

    Infertility Treatment in Women

    Before infertility treatment for women is started, it is important to make the infertility diagnosis first. Without the right diagnosis the correct treatment cannot be done and success will be lower. ... more »

    Clomid Clomiphene and Provera Bleeding

    Provera is usually given prior to clomid to cleanse the uterus, empty the old uterine lining and get ready to implantation. ... more »

    Clomid for Women Improving Fertility Success Rates

    Clomiphene Clomid is a fertility medication to induce ovulation and get you pregnant. BabyMed helps you maximize your Clomid pregnancy chances. ... more »

    Clomid With a Missed Period and a Negative Pregnancy Test

    As an Ob Gyn I am usually dismayed how many women take clomiphene citrate (Clomid) and don't know what it does and how take it. ... more »

    Infertility is When You Have Problems Getting Pregnant

    A couple is considered to be infertile if they have not conceived after 12 consecutive months of unprotected intercourse (6 months if the woman is over 35 years old) or earlier if there are known issues. If pregnancy does not happen as expected, or there are are infertility issues, both  male and female partners need to get tested for fertility. ... more »


    When you do not ovulate you often need medications to help you ovulate. Clomid, also known as clomiphene citrate, is most commonly prescribed medication to women to cause ovulation. It is usually taken for 5 days early on in the cycle (it is a pill). ... more »

    Infertility Treatments Don't Work

    LONDON - A new study calls into question the use of two common infertility treatments for couples who have unexplained problems having children. ... more »

    Fertility Medications

    Here are several medications that can be used to treat ovulation disorders that affect fertility.  Not all medications will work for all infertility problems. ... more »

    Risk of Twins/Triplets After Ovulation Induction

    The rate of multiple births was significantly lower with metformin. Because multiple gestation is associated with higher complication rates and medical costs, our data offer an additional reason for use of metformin to induce ovulation for OI in PCOS patients. ... more »

    Infertility, Ovulation Induction Treatments and the Incidence of Breast Cancer

    Infertility and usage of infertility drugs in general are not associated with increased risk for breast cancer but for infertile women treated with clomiphene citrate, breast cancer risk is elevated. ... more »

    Clomiphene, Metformin, or both for Infertility in PCOS: Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

    Clomiphene is superior to metformin in achieving live birth in infertile women with the polycystic ovary syndrome, although multiple birth is a complication. ... more »

    What is Clomid (Clomiphene Citrate)?

    What is Clomid and what is it used for? ... more »

    Infertility and Fertility Issues Causes and Diagnosis - Clomid Pregnancy

    BabyMed provides fertility and infertility information and tips to couples trying to get pregnant. We also provide fertility tools to improve your chances having a healthy pregnancy. ... more »

    Clomiphene (Clomid) or Metformin (Glucophage): Which is Best?

    About 1 in 3 of the nearly 8 million women in the US with infertility have received drugs to induce ovulation and the #1 reason why women don't ovulate (anovulation) is Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS). ... more »

    Clomid-What is it?

    Clomid is a synthetic chemical whose chemical name is Clomiphene citrate. It induces ovulation by fooling your body into believing that there is less estrogen. ... more »

    CCCT- Clomiphene Citrate Challenge Test

    An additional test for ovarian reserve is the CCCT or the clomiphene challenge test ... more »

    FertilAid and Clomid - Can They Be Taken Together?

    Can I take FertilAid and Clomid together? ... more »


    Will Clomid interfere with the microscope? ... more »

    Clomiphene Regimen

    How is clomiphene usually given? ... more »

    Clomiphene and Menstrual Period

    Why do I need to get my period before clomiphene? ... more »

    Ovulation Twice on BBT

    What does ovulating twice look like on a basal body temperature (BBT) chart? ... more »

    Clomiphene - For How Many Months Can it be Taken?

    How many months can Clomiphene be taken? ... more »

    Tests Before Starting Clomiphene (Clomid)

    Before starting Clomid you need to make sure there is no male infertility, no ovarian cysts, and that FSH and liver functions are normal. ... more »

    Clomiphene and Next Period

    When will my next period come on Clomiphene? ... more »

    Clomiphene and OPK

    Can clomiphene interfere with an Ovulation Predictor Kit (OPK) test? ... more »

    Fertility Drugs

    What are the different kinds of fertility drugs? ... more »


    Why is the OPK test positive for so long? ... more »

    Clomiphene and Cancer

    Does clomiphene increase cancer risk? ... more »

    Clomiphene and OPKs

    Can I use an ovulation predictor kit (OPK) with clomiphene? ... more »

    Artificial Insemination - Indications

    What are the indications for Artificial Insemination (AI)? ... more »

    Infertility Workup Before Clomiphene

    Should everyone have an infertility workup? ... more »

    Clomiphene Increase

    Should Clomiphene be increased to improve fertility? ... more »

    Ovulation-Induction Medications

    What medications are available to induce ovulation? ... more »

    Clomiphene Despite Normal Ovulation

    Why would Clomiphene help if I ovulate regularly? ... more »