PCOS

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(Polycystic ovaries)
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is one of the most common female endocrine disorders. It is a genetic disorder that can be inh...
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Clomid 123,199 Metformin 112,158 Provera 19,619
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Clomid
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Pergonal
Other name: Clomiphene Citrate (Clomiphene Citrate)
Other name: Repronex (Repronex)
2.5
0.5
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Clomifene (International Nonproprietary Name) or clomiphene (United States Adopted Name and former British Approved Name) or Clomid or Clomifert is a selective estrogen receptor modulator (SERM) that increases production of gonadotropins by inhibit...
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Menotropin (also called human menopausal gonadotropin or HMG) is an active substance for the treatment of fertility disturbances. It consists of gonadotropins that are extracted from the urine of postmenopausal women, usually luteinizing horm...
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Top Concerns
Clo
Cramping
8
Hot Flashes
4
Weight Gain
4
Depression
3
Headaches
3
Weight Loss
3
Bloating
3
Nausea
2
Breast Pain
1
Acne
1
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Cramping
5
Bloating
3
Nausea
2
Weight Gain
2
Depression
2
Hot Flashes
2
Weight Loss
2
Discomfort
2
Diabetes
1
Infection
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Per
4
2
Depression
Clo
Per
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2
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Clo
Per
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Weight Loss
Clo
Per
3
2
Bloating
Clo
Per
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Clo
Per
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2
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Bloating
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Clo
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Nausea
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Clo
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2
Weight Gain
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Clo
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Depression
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Clo
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Hot Flashes
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Clo
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Weight Loss
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Clo
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3
Discomfort
Per
Clo
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0
Diabetes
Per
Clo
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Infection
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About Clomid
Clomifene (International Nonproprietary Name) or clomiphene (United States Adopted Name and former British Approved Name) or Clomid or Clomifert is a selective estrogen receptor modulator (SERM) that increases production of gonadotropins by inhibit...
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Clomid
About Pergonal
Menotropin (also called human menopausal gonadotropin or HMG) is an active substance for the treatment of fertility disturbances. It consists of gonadotropins that are extracted from the urine of postmenopausal women, usually luteinizing horm...
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for about 9 months at a pretty high dose .It didn't work...
" I did clomid also for about 9 months at a pretty high dose .It didn't work for me either .I ...me. I even was on pergonal bt agin it didn't help... "

out there that used Clomid and or Pergonal for infertility...
" ...use and Ovarian Problems Anyone out there that used Clomid and or Pergonal for infertility and now has Ovarian problems? I used ...MD due to my Clom... "

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eventually had to use pergonal to achieve a pregnancy, but...
" ...no problem with the clomid. I eventually had to use pergonal to achieve a ...that I had no side effects with the clomid. Good luck and... "

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hotflashes. I also took Pergonal this cycle and clomid...
" ...effects if any. Today I was getting hotflashes. I also took Pergonal this cycle and clomid in previous cycles, but I have never had hotflashes as any side effects... "

I got pregnant 2 yrs later on clomid - successful. 2 yrs...
" ...know many ladies have this mid-cycle bleeding that I have ...Syndrom 6 years ago. I got pregnant with pergonal shots - Successful. Then I got pregnant 2 yrs later on clomid - successful. 2 yrs l... "

clomid. I have heard that Pergonal works better than clomid
" ...lot of ladies that are wanting to use clomid. I have heard that Pergona... "

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boost and I took a shot of pergonal and 2 shots of repronex...
" ...a boost and I took a shot of pergonal and 2 shots of ...does thin it out. Are the pergonal and repronex the same ...on CD 17? I am starting 150 mg of Clomid this month and this post r... "

I got pregnant 2 yrs later on clomid - successful. 2 yrs...
" ...know many ladies have this mid-cycle bleeding that I have ...Syndrom 6 years ago. I got pregnant with pergonal shots - Successful. Then I got pregnant 2 yrs later on clomid - successful. 2 yrs l... "

I took Clomid for six months without any IUIs. That is the...
" ...LeslieAnn, I took Clomid for six months without any IUIs. That is the ...you on something else. I did three months of IUI with pergonal injections and that didn't work either. We talked about... "

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forums.obgyn.net
cyst to shrink. Next time round I am switching to pergonal
" I did have worse cramps than usual during my period after 100mg of Clomid. I also developed a 40mm ...that it's possible for clomid to stimulate cyst growth. ...time round I am switching to per... "

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