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Synonyms for Clomid

a fertility drug (trade name Clomid) that is used to stimulate ovulation and that has been associated with multiple births

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The dose for Clomid, at 25 mg per day or 50 mg every other day, has been shown effective in restoration of the HPG axis in men and very safe as well.
"After that we were trying again and it just didn't seem to be happening and they gave me Clomid and it happened but about two weeks later I miscarried.
Clomid is prescribed for ovulation induction and has been used by men to restore the production of testosterone following a steroids cycle.
They had been diagnosed with unexplained infertility and by the time we had our first session she had undergone 3 unsuccessful rounds of Clomid (a drug that acts by causing a gland in the brain, the anterior pituitary, to release hormones which stimulate ovulation).
Several drugs called selective estrogen receptor modulators showed promise, including clomiphene, marketed as Clomid and prescribed to treat infertility, and toremifene, used to treat advanced breast cancer.
Reassuring me that some women who have a history of prolonged oral contraceptive use have a delayed return to fertility, my doctor prescribed the ovulation induction agent, clomid. Hoping it would work, I took the clomid for four cycles and paired it with timed intercourse.
The most common fertility drugs--clomiphene citrate (Clomid) and gonadotropins (follicle stimulating hormone, human menopausal gonadotropin and human chorionic gonadotropin)--are used to stimulate the production of mature eggs.
Gladys started out taking the fertility drug clomid to kick start her ovaries into producing eggs.
In February 2007, she started trying for a baby with her husband, Steve and she also started taking Clomid – a pill which can encourage ovulation.
Effects of some traditional plant extracts on rat estrous cycle compared with clomid. Phytotherapy Research, 17: 748-755.
According to a recent study from the National Institutes of Health, ovulation-inducing fertility treatments like Clomid and follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) do not significantly increase a woman's risk of developing breast cancer.
She filled us in on her methods: basal thermometers, Clomid, IVI, and IVF.
Mrs Lamb took fertility drug Clomid, which stimulates ovulation, before falling pregnant with the sextuplets.