Clomid does work, but only for certain fertility problems. It's mostly prescribed for women who do not ovulate regularly or who have issues with their eggs. It's not a miracle drug that is going to instantly get you pregnant.
It require monitoring by a physician to make sure your ovaries do not hyperstimulate.
You'll need to see an OBGYN or fertility clinic to see if you are even a candidate. As most of the PP have said, they usually want you to try for about a year before they'll do any kind of fertility treatments.
For me to get pregnant, I had to take 2 different rounds of Clomid. My body does not ovulate regularly if at all, so I was a good candidate for the drug.
at 4:44 PM on Nov. 28, 2008