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If you are taking 100 mg of Clomid how much would that increase your odds of becoming pregnant?

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2015-07-15 18:48:53
2015-07-15 18:48:53

hi i was put on clomid after 3 miss carriage's.i had to take my temperature every morning before getting out of bed to predict ovulation.now these days you can get a ovulation predictor test at any drugstore.i releasted 2 eggs only one took that resulted in my healthy baby girl.i lost the twin.as far as i know clomid can cause multiple births as almost did in my case.it worked for me i'd say your chances of becoming pregnant are great.especially if intercorse takes place around time of ovulation.i'm on my 4th pregnancy now so far have 3 healthy girls.clomid made me fertile mertile.good luck

That is difficult to say. From what I know, and I am not an MD, just well-read, it only increases your chances if that is the dosage that causes you to ovulate successfully. In other words, if 50mg failed to cause ovulation then 100 may work or 150 or even 200. See, it depends on your body's response to the concentration of the drug, which mimics estrogen in your body. One thing I think is that higher doses may very slightly increase your chance for multiple egg release, ergo multiple births, usu. no more than triplets with clomid though.

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