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How do I qualify to be px'd Clomid?
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How do I qualify to be px'd Clomid?

Myself and my partner have been ttc for 2 years without success, im 28 and he is 26. I have PCOS and on average there are 50 days in my cycle. I have read a lot about Clomid and how it has worked for a lot of  couples and wondered if or when my gynaecologist would prescribe this? Im due to see her again in September.
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Hi!
If you were my patient, I would certainly prescribe that medication!
If you tell your gynecologist the same information that you have just told me, I will be surprised if she doesn't recommend Clomid.  Two other medications to ask her about are Metformin and Femara.  I would also suggest checking your thyroid, prolactin level and FSH.
Good luck!
Dr B
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