Our expert says:
There are several reasons why the Clomid may not have had the desired effect. It is important that she has a full a thorough evaluation of not only ovarian reserve but also the possibility of advanced polycystic ovarian syndrome. The possibility of increasing the Clomid dosage should be considered and also the use of alternative oral preparations may be a cost effective option. However if the doctor already has sufficient evidence for the possibilities for poor ovarian response then in that case the use of injectables may be the right option and should be done as soon as possible.
Answered by: Dr M.I. Cassim
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