What are the Chances of Getting Pregnant on 1st Cycle of Clomid?

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Clomid is by far the most popular fertility drug in the United States today. It is incredibly effective at stimulating ovulation in women who have trouble ovulating for a variety of reasons. Up to 80 percent of women who take Clomid will begin ovulating within six cycles (six months) of taking the drug, and up to half of those women will become pregnant as a result.

So, how likely is it to get pregnant on your first cycle of Clomid? Many, many women report becoming pregnant during their first cycle of Clomid. Sometimes, your reproductive system needs just a little boost, and that first dose of Clomid is enough to do the trick.

clomid-is-incredibly-effective-at-stimulating-ovulation-in-women-who-have-trouble-ovulating-for-a-variety-of-reasonsSomething to keep in mind however, is that the side effects of Clomid can also mimic the symptoms of pregnancy, so be careful to know if you are really pregnant or just experiencing Clomid side effects.

The most common Clomid side effects are things like nausea, fatigue, mood swings, breast tenderness and bloating, which also happen to be the early signs of pregnancy. Talk to your doctor if you have concerns, but keep in mind it is very possible to get pregnant on your first cycle of Clomid.

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Dr. Karen Leham, MD

Dr. Karen Leham is double board-certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology and in Reproductive Endocronology and Infertility. Dr. Leham completed her residency at Loyola University, followed by a fellowship at UCLA.