Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) and Clomid

on Oct 19, 2012

by Maureen Stephens, BS, RN

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IUI and Clomid

If you have tried everything in order to get pregnant, but failed, try combining IUI with Clomid, as this combination has shown great results in a large number of cases.

When you want to get pregnant, the recipe for success is to combine IUI and Clomid. As many women suffer from fertility problems, the secret resides not in one single solution but in a combination of more, as it happens in this case. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

With intrauterine insemination (IUI), your partner’s sperm is placed directly into your uterus with the purpose of facilitating fertilization. But, as it happens in many cases, such an artificial insemination may not be successful from the first try. For this reason, it is highly recommended to help the IUI process, by taking special pills whose purpose is to trigger your ovulation process and, hence, to increase your chances of getting pregnant. And this is where Clomid comes into discussion, as this fertility medication is one of the best used in conjunction with IUI, having a higher rate of success than other similar treatments. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

Here are 5 reasons why you should combine Clomid and IUI.

Clomid is widely used by many

Clomid is a fertility drug already renowned and extensively used. Combining it with alternative ways in order to reach your purpose to become pregnant will not expose you to any risks. On the contrary, in combination with IUI, it will significantly increase your chances of having a baby.

IUI for unexplained infertility

IUI is the most efficient way of treating unexplained infertility, and especially male infertility. If the sperm suffers from poor mobility or low count, or the partner is impotent, then IUI will ensure the sperm is placed safely in the uterus.

Clomid is safe and reliable

Clomid is one of the safest and most sought-after fertility medications, because it is very easy to administer, as it is taken orally, unlike most similar drugs, which are taken under the form of injection. You only have to take it for five days, during your menstrual cycle, starting with a dose as small as 50mg.

Clomid is effective

Clomid ensures that your eggs will be waiting in the right place for the sperm, thus helping you get pregnant.

IUI with Clomid is a perfect match

As most women suffer from ovulation dysfunctions, combining IUI with Clomid will be a blessing, since the first one will ensure the sperm gets inside your uterus and stays there, while the second ensures your ovaries function normally, regulating your menstrual cycles and, thus, making you fertile.

Therefore, if you have tried everything in order to get pregnant, but failed, try combining these two solutions, as the IUI and Clomid combination has shown great results in a large number of cases.

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Ms. Stephens has spent over twenty years in the healthcare world, specializing in obstretical and medical/surgical nursing. She joined ConceiveEasy as she has a strong interest in educating and empowering women and promoting fertility awareness.

  • jojojo80

    well i have a 11 month baby and i was in e mirena birth control and i been off alreaddy more then 1 month..& i havent qot preqnant??

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  • NeshaO

    Me and my husband have been trying to get pregnant for over a year now. I stopped my depo shots in November of 2010, and I had been getting them for 3 years. My periods are back regular, and have been for about 8 months now. I have a 21 day cycle. Most sites I see say that I should ovulate around day 7, which is 2 days after my period ends, but that I should start having sex 5 days before I ovulate. This would put me smack in the middle of menstruating and I always abstain form sex during this time. So, should I start having sex during my period?

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  • Dr. Renee Hanton, MD

    If this is something that you are comfortable with, then yes, I suggest you do it to increase your chances of getting pregnant. You can still boost your chances of getting pregnant faster if you try having sex 2-3 days before you ovulate which puts you around the end of your period. 

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  • Dr. Prabha Sahgal, MD

    Once Mirena is removed, the contraceptive effects of it should be immediately gone. Most doctors do recommend that you wait at least one menstrual cycle before trying to get pregnant, just to let your body get back into its natural rhythm and it takes a few months to get pregnant.

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  • Sway26

    Me and my husband have been trying for 2 1/2 years (im 26, he’s 31), I was diagnosed with PCOS. We’ve been seeing a infertility doctor for 6 months now. I have been taking clomid ever since and according to the ultrasounds it is working. After 2 rounds he wanted me to do IUI, I am on my last roundabout until going to injectibles. I took clomid from tues-sat, had ultrasound on tues and he doesn’t want to perform IUI untill sat. Isn’t this wrong? everything I’ve read says you ovulate 5 days after you stop taking clomid plus my discharge indicates that I’m either about to or already have ovulated (it’s thursday). I’m paying for all of this out of my own pocket and there’s no way I can afford anything else. I dont know what to do or if it will be a waste of time and money to go on saturday

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  • kelly

    My husband and I have tried to get pregnant for 2 years with no success we both a a child with past marriage but none together we took all the test but my hsg showed a blocked Tube near my uterus she said chances are it spasm my question is what can I be missing I asked for a lap test she won’t let me til we do 3 months of clomid and 3 months clomid and iui
    My blood work says I ovulate please give me advice

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