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Is cramping one of the side effects of Clomid?

Women who have been prescribed Clomid to stimulate ovulation (due to Polycystic Ovary Syndrome for example) are bound to be worried about the side effects in some shape or form...

Femara pills and fertility

Clomid is an extremely well-known fertility drug, and one that is used increasingly often. Many women who have heard about ovulation-inducing fertility drugs think about Clomid right away. But Clomid...

Fibroids and infertility

Many women who have uterine fibroids are told the only way they can preserve their fertility is by having surgery. Perhaps they are told they cannot ever have children at...

Femara for Infertility Success Stories

Femara or Letrozole is a drug used to primarily treat breast cancer, but has also shown success when used to treat ovulation-related female infertility. The drug is the most recent...

Metformin/Glucophage Side Effects

Metformin, also sold under the trade name Glucophage, is the least expensive, safest, and most commonly prescribed medication for PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome), but it is not entirely without side...

Endometriosis and Lupron Side Effects

Endometriosis is a disease that affects many women all across the nation. There are many ways in which to go about treating endometriosis, which can include surgery, lifestyle modifications and...

Letrozole for conceiving

Letrozole, also known by its brand name Femara, is an oral medication that sometimes is enough to ensure success for couples who are trying to conceive, whether the issue is...

Side effects of Clomid: is bleeding dangerous?

If you have just been prescribed Clomid to help you get pregnant, or have already started taking this popular fertility drug, I am sure that you have wondered about this...

Clomid success rates with low sperm count

Clomid is one of the easiest and least expensive treatments for female infertility. There are also men for whom Clomid is an appropriate treatment for low sperm count. Here is...