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    Why should I take Clomid?
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    scratchinghead posted:
    Hello,

    After a year of trying to conceive, my husband and I were tested. Everything has consistently looked "very good" with my system, but my husband has a sperm morphology of 2%. I have conceived in the past and I can feel ovulation each month, confirmed by ovulation testing. Our doctor is recommending I go on Clomid. I am allergic to many medications and chemicals. I've had some serious reactions to drugs in the past. Between my fertility being good, and the risks of this drug, I am very skeptical about putting it into my system for no solid reason. Can anyone please offer thoughts/advice? Thanks
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    sproutkm responded:
    that is wierd i would ask why he is putting you on meds when nothing was found wrong with you it was essentially him, and 2 % doesnt sound like alot wrong, sound like hes got more good then bad.


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