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30 Jan 2006

Chlomid not working? Next step????
Diagnosed with poly-cystic ovarian syndrome, have been on Chlomid now for 6 months. I am now ovulating i.e everything seems to be in place but still not falling pregnant. Is it okay to carry on with the Chlomid indefinitely or is there a next step to be taken to advance the process? Is 6 months too short a time. I am 37 so time factor rather pressing. Would appreciate any advice.
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01 Jan 0001

If the Clomid has not worked in 6 months, I would suggest that you consult a fertility expert.You should not continue with the Clomid indefinitely.

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