Clomid and Pregnancy LossClomid is a commonly prescribed drug to help stimulate ovulation. I'm sure many women who've miscarried and previously taken Clomid may wonder whether or not this drug which initially was taken to help them get pregnant could possibly have contributed to their miscarriage.
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Here is an interesting article which may draw a connection between Clomid, the uterine lining, and miscarriage. Read more:
When things go wrong, chances are great that the problems had nothing to do with the Clomid. However, there have recently been some reports of paradoxical responses to Clomid that cause the uterine lining to be thinned. This can be measured by ultrasound in the second half of your cycle. I've read reports that baby aspirin treatment may improve the thickness of thin uterine linings. Clomid can indirectly raise your risk of miscarriage because it causes you to ovulate more eggs than you normally would, possibly including imperfect eggs that your body might normally censor. Since there is a greater likelihood of ovulating eggs that are defective (along with the healthy ones) there is a greater risk of miscarrying. The imperfect eggs are what might cause the pregnancy loss
Carolyn M. Salafia, MD's FAQ
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