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Trying to conceive. Taken clomid. Why no pregnancy?

After taking medication of "Chlomid" for 3 consecutive months, still there's no pregnancy.. What other steps should be taken for conceiving, bearing in mind we've been married for 1 year trying to conceive during this time.. My age is 30 and my Husband too.. All medical checks for both of us have been made and we are totally fine with no any problems.. Waiting for your reply.. Thanks
Asked On : Wed, 10 Apr 2013
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Clomid is Clomiphene citrate it helps in ovulation and increasing the no of eggs. After taking this drug you need a ultrasound to check for the DOMINANT FOLLICLE and once your ovarian follicle reaches that size, you might injection HCG for OVULATION INDUCTION.

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