These health conditions may lower Clomid success rates. Also, Clomid can sometimes hinder, rather than help, you get pregnant. In some women, it can thin the endometrial lining, impeding implantation. Also, it can sometimes cause cervical mucus changes, creating a barrier between the egg and the sperm. You should also be aware that there is a higher chance of becoming pregnant with multiples if you take Clomid.
Ask your fertility doctor about Clomid
Your journey to become pregnant has likely been an emotional one. Fertility drugs like Clomid can offer you hope. Discuss your chances of Clomid success with your fertility doctor to see if it is a good option for you.
My husband and I have been ttc for 6 years. Had bilateral tubal blockage. Had a lap done in January of 2013. TTC for 6 months with no success. My RE did a HSG yesterday. Dye showed slight dilation and we waited 5 minutes. And, YES, the dye went through the tubes (thank GOD), it went throught slowly, however, it did make it all the way through. I am grateful for that.
I just started my first round of Clomid 50 mg on CD3-7.
I am starting my clear blue ovulation monitoring (this am)
I am so excited. I am praying and believing for a miracle.
I have never used clomid before this. I am expecting a healthy BFP this month. I will keep everyone updated. If this doesn't work, RE wants me to go on Femara.
I chose to start with clomid first.