If Clomid doesnt help you get pregnant after six months, your doctor should suggest you try something else. There are a few reasons for this. One, if Clomid hasnt helped you conceive after six months, the odds of it working on month seven or eight are very low.
When should I take Clomid to get pregnant?
The goal of treatment with Clomid is to normalize or induce ovulation by taking a 50 mg dose per day on days 3 through 7 of the menstrual cycle. Eighty percent of women taking Clomid will successfully ovulate and 10 to 12 percent will conceive per cycle.
How long should you try Clomid for?
Most doctors dont recommend that you use Clomid for more than three to six cycles, due to the decreasing pregnancy rate that occurs with continued use. Your doctor may extend this if it takes a few cycles before they find the dose that works for you.
Is Clomid good to get pregnant?
Reliable success rates When it comes to stimulating ovulation, Clomid is very successful, resulting in the release of mature eggs in roughly 80% of women who use it. However, only about 10% to 13% of those will get pregnant per cycle. Thus, Clomid is not an infertility treatment cure-all.