Clomid Statistics
What Are Your Chances?

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Clomid statistics can give us an insight, into what sort of you chance you have of becoming pregnant, while using clomid to prompt ovulation.

There are two main points of interest in these statistics. The ovulation success, and pregnancy success. While these will change slightly over time due to improvements being made, unless a company makes a major break through they will stay roughly the same.

Clomid success rate - Producing ovulation

Clomid does it's job well, and has one of the highest success rates for producing ovulation (although this doesn't work for all women) Around 40 to 70 per cent of women will ovulate, most of them within the first three months. Coupled with the fact that clomid is one of the least expensive fertility treatments available, it's worth a try.

Clomid success - Reaching pregnancy

There is quite a wide range to the statistics of women who actually get pregnant after ovulation. This is anywhere between 10 to 50 per cent. It's not normally the clomid that affects whether you get pregnant or not. Having sex at the right time, being healthy and not overweight, your age and your partners sperm (speed and motility) will all change the outcome of whether you get pregnant or not.

Try not to think that just because you're ovulating now, you are sure to get pregnant. As that isn't always the case. It may be a good idea to keep a diary, of when you have sex, and all other occurrences that could factor in the end result of whether you get pregnant this month. If you don't then maybe do something a little different next month.

And don't forget that if you experience any bad side effects from clomid to talk to your doctor, there may be things that he/she can do to alleviate some of the effects.

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