how long that it take to get preg with clomid? and with a low sprem count from my husband i dont know what to do help me please

Unfortunately, Clomid isn't

Unfortunately, Clomid isn't magic, and while it works the first month on some women, it simply doesn't for others.

Clomid is best prescribed for no longer than six months - after that it isn't likely to be effective and may actually start decreasing your chances. If you have PCOS, there is some thought that taking Clomid longer than 3 months without a break may increase your likelihood of developing cysts.

A low sperm count isn't going to be helped with Clomid. It may be that you take Clomid and your husband does many lifestyle and deitary changes to attempt to boost his count at the same time. Otherwise, an IUI may be your best choice.

ok but what is iui. and how

ok but what is iui. and how much does it cost


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