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Women who have difficulty getting pregnant may benefit from Clomid® (clomiphene citrate). This prescription medication is used for infertility treatment, and it works by indirectly stimulating the ovaries. Clomid can help women who do not normally ovulate become pregnant. In clinical studies, 30 percent of women with ovulation problems became pregnant after taking the drug. Although most women tolerate Clomid well, it can cause side effects, such as hot flashes, headaches, and breast pain.
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