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Thursday, October 30, 2008

CLOMID - Increases the Chance of Having Twins...

I have started to realize various ways and fertility medicines as soon as I lost our first baby, and I never did become conscious about this CLOMID tablets, that in fact, there is a possibility that you will be having twins! Uuummm sounds scrumptious but it is really true? I have made some inquiries and it seriously will. Please read here for more information.

This medication is used to treat infertility in women. It works by stimulating an increase in the amount of hormones that support the growth and release of a mature egg (ovulation). This medication is not recommended for women whose ovaries no longer make eggs properly (primary pituitary or ovarian failure).

Clomid and Twins
Clomid is also associated with a 10% increase in the chance of having twins. There is also the possibility of conceiving triplets, or more, however, the chances of multiple births while using Clomid is generally thought to be extremely low.

Unprescribed Clomid
Thanks to the internet, it is now easier than ever for women to get their hands on Clomid. As a result, a number of women who are not experiencing fertility problems have begun using Clomid as an inexpensive way to increase their chances of conceiving twins. Although Clomid can increase the chances of conceiving multiples compared to the general population, many agree that this increase is not significant. Moreover, the use of unprescribed Clomid is both dangerous and possibly detrimental to your chances of conceiving.

Since the drug is not prescribed, health care providers cannot properly monitor their patients that are using it. Without close monitoring, it is difficult to know whether or not the Clomid is even affecting your body. Additionally, it can cause the signs of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS) to go unnoticed. OHSS is a serious complication in any woman who uses fertility drugs and severe cases require immediate medical attention.

Even if OHSS does not occur, women who use Clomid but do not have any ovulation problems may actually be making their body less effective at getting pregnant. Using Clomid unnecessarily can create new problems, such as making your cervical mucus hostile to your partner’s sperm, thereby lowering your chances of successfully conceiving.

Clomid Success Rates
Ovualtion rates with Clomid are generally very good. Between 70% and 90% of women using Clomid will ovulate within the first three cycles. Although the pregnancy success rates of Clomid will vary according to a variety of factors, on average, about 40% of women will be able to successfully conceive within the first three months of using Clomid. The live birth rate for women using Clomid is estimated to be between 30% and 60%.

General Info:

Treatment for infertility can encompass a great many number of things, from drugs to surgery to assisted reproductive techniques. Depending on the cause of your fertility problems, one or more different types of treatment may be recommended. If you are prescribed medications, then it is likely that you will need regular ultrasound exams to ensure that your medications are doing what they are supposed to rather than causing problems, like ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome.

Women with ovulation problems will likely be prescribed medications to help induce ovulation. These drugs can include: clomid, bromocriptine, GnRH, tamoxifen/nolvadex and gonadotropins, which may be administered as a subcutaneous injection or as an intramuscular injection. Aromatase Inhibitors, a new and experimental line of fertility drugs, may provide alternative hormone therapy for both men and women.

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