For most women, the first line of medication defense will be a prescription for clomid, but many will find themselves taking this oral drug for months on end, without success. So, how do you know when to move on to other medications which might be more effective for you?
Dan Williams, M.D. of the Houston Fertility Institute addresses this...
Clomid is an oral medication which is typically prescribed as a first line of defense for women who are experiencing difficulties with ovulation and conception. Typically, if a woman is going to respond to Clomid she will do so within 3-6 months. If Clomid fails to work, she will most likely be prescribed medications that are administered via injection. It's...
Some women anticipate pregnancy will not come easily. A history of irregular periods, endometriosis, or the ticking of the biological clock give early indication that seeking out the support of a fertility specialist makes sense sooner rather than later.
Most women however, are surprised when conception does not happen quickly. Months may tick by and finally, the support of...