Getting pregnant with Clomid and Preseed

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Clomid is the most popular fertility drug on the market today. It is an oral medication that is used to stimulate ovulation in up to 80 percent of the women who take it. It usually does not have a lot of side effects, and is extremely effective in most cases.

Clomid is only taken for a few days at the beginning of a woman’s cycle. Preseed is a sperm friendly lubricant that is designed to make sure that it does not damage sperm like many other over the counter lubricants do.

Preseed-is-able-to-help-make-up-for-some-of-the-lost-cervical-mucus-that-Clomid-takes-awaySometimes when you take Clomid, it can have a negative effect on your cervical mucus, and Preseed is able to help make up for some of the lost cervical mucus that Clomid takes away. For women who are taking Clomid, it is always a great idea to use Preseed as well to take care of any potential problems.

If you are starting Clomid, ask your doctor or health care provider if Preseed would be a good thing to add to your routine as well, and if it would help to increase your chances of getting pregnant. If you choose not to use Preseed, make sure that you do not use another over the counter lubricant because they can be very damaging to sperm.

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