Generic Clomid and Twins, Clomid and Multiple Births
Drug Researchers and Infertility experts suggests that Clomid medicine may increse the chance of multiple births or twins. Generic Clomid has been widely used as a "first line" treatment to induce and regulate ovulation. Clomid is typically administered on either days 3-7 or days 5-9 of the menstrual cycle with "day one" defined as the first day of normal menstrual flow.
Clomid is associated with a 10% incidence of multiple births, or 10% increase in chances of the birth of twins, but the majority of these multiple births are twins and there is no increased risk of birth defects. If Clomid has not produced pregnancy within 3-6 months alternate modes of treatment should be pursued. Researchers strongly supports that using Clomid beyond 6 months is unlikely to result in pregnancy.