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    When to start Clomid
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    An_242096 posted:
    How long do you typically have to be ttc before your doctor will recommend Clomid? I am in the Army and I have been ttc for a while now. I am not planning on staying in forever so I want to start fertility treatments while I am still covered.
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    deliela999 responded:
    Most doctors want you to try for a year before they'll start looking for problems. If you know there's an issue some will start earlier. I started after about 9 months because I was using the OPK's and not ovulating so I took that info to my annual and my Dr was ready to move along.


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