has anybody heard of ova--mit it works just like clomid. anyways, i want to know why does clomid make your endo linning thinner? can one take clomid even if ovulating on your own? and can someone decrease or increase dose at one cycle?
Yes, Clomid can cause the endometrial lining to be thin. It can also affect cervical mucus.
Because it has adverse effects that can actually reduce fertility, many doctors do not use it in women who are ovulating. It can also increase the risk of higher order multiple pregnancies. Typically it is given at a consistent dose for one cycle, and then increased if necessary on the subsequent cycle. I would not recommend using it without a doctor's supervision to my own patients, because it can cause ovarian cysts too.
how effective is ova mit tablets for infertility treatment? i was asked by my doctor to take ova mit for 7 days starting on the day 4 (21 tablet = 3 tablets to be taken altogether) of my menstrual cycle. i started taking them May 23rd. My doctor says it seems that i have LPD (Luteal Phase Defect) because of irregular menstrual cycles (my cycle ranges 27-29 days, but sometime i have cycles that are between 21-25 days). i'm already 31 and my husband and i have been trying for 2 years and 3 months and still no luck. we're hoping for a successful pregnancy after this.
Hi.i already tried clomid but no luck.. Stil im trying but i now use ova-mit. After that i found out i have endometrioma or chocolate cyst. Im afraid that if i take ova-mit again my cyst wil grow larger.. Pls help me..what should i do? Will i stop taking it? But i want to have a baby. Its really complicated.
Hi . It's been 4-5 months that I haven't had my period and I've been taking pregnancy test for those few month and it says negative all the time so I'm really worried that what if I won't be pregnant so I took the ova-MIT and I was wondering if it is safe to take the pill. Please help me solve my problem
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