Our expert says:
It is not uncommon for patients on Clomid to develop ovarian cysts and persistent luteal phase problems and in the absence of a pregnancy a pelvic scan would be valuable to confirm this problem and in so doing to avoid future use of Clomid in the dosages that you have used. In patients who are regular ovulators sometime a dose of 50mg may be too high and I would recommend using half a tablet of Clomid in such cases.
Answered by: Dr M.I. Cassim
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