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Moving onto Injectables

Are you graduating to injectables? If Clomid has not been successful for you, injectable hormones known as gonadotropins are usually the next step. Here's what you need to know.

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6 Things You May Not Know About Clomid

Clomid can't do everything you assume it can. Learn 6 surprising facts about Clomid, including whether it can help you conceive faster if you're not infertile.

Clomid for Men: When and How It's Used for Male Fertility

Clomid can help men with fertility problems or those suffering from low testosterone. Learn about side effects, treatment protocols, and success rates here.

What Is the Clomid Success Rate for Ovulation and Pregnancy?

Will Clomid help you get pregnant? Get Clomid success rates -- and learn when it may not work -- here.

Extra Embryos After IVF: What Are Your Options?

What can you do with your leftover embryos from IVF? Here are five options for you to consider.

Going Into Debt for Fertility Treatments

Are you worried about going into debt for IVF or other fertility treatments? Here's an approach to keep you from getting in too deep.

Clomid and Athletes: Doping or Legit Fertility Treatment?

Is Clomid use in men ever legit, or does male Clomid use always point to doping? Why might an athlete take Clomid? Get the facts here.

6 Things You May Not Know (But Should!) About Ovulation

If you want to get pregnant, healthy ovulation is key. Here are 6 ovulation facts that every woman must know.

Don't Ignore the Men

Is a Procreation Vacation a Vacation?

Some call it a procreation vacation, others an ovulation vacation. Some even call it a babymoon (though a babymoon can also mean time spent bonding with a newborn, or a vacation taken before birth.) Whatever you call it, the idea is pretty much the same - you go on vacation, with the goal of relaxing and getting pregnant. But is it possible to have a real vacation when you're focused on babymaking?

The “Who Has It Worse, Who Has It Better” Game

There is a mind game that many of us play, a game I like to call, "Who has it worse, who has it better." The game is not unique to infertility survivors , but

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