Our expert says:
It sounds like you may have PCOS and are not ovulating. Clomid then will be necessary if you want to conceive.
It is true that there is a higher chance of multiple pregnancy with clomid, but the figure your doctor gave you is correct.
After taking the Clomid, you have scans to measure the size of the follicles and see when ovulation is likely to occur. When the follicle reaches a certain size, you are sometimes given an injection to trigger ovulation and you then have sex at a certain time after this.
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