American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A trademark used for the drug clomiphene.
- n. a fertility drug (trade name Clomid) that is used to stimulate ovulation and that has been associated with multiple births
“The cynic in me notes that Clomid is on the list, too, which seems a little self-perpetuating for a retailer of baby products.”
“I had my producer go on line and I said, Sophia, I want you to try to buy Clomid, which is one of these fertility drugs.”
“My doctor recommended I take a drug called Clomid clomiphene citrate to stimulate my ovaries to produce more eggs.”
“And I'm currently taking a prescription medicine called Clomid to help control my estrogen level.”
“For women who ovulate irregularly, infrequently or not at all, fertility drugs such as Clomid (clomiphene) can certainly help them achieve pregnancy.”
“So, it is in direct contrast to the mechanism and action of an anti-estrogen, such as Clomid or Nolvadex, which are merely in place to block estrogen receptors in some tissues, such as the breast tissue and area of the testes.”
“Marital vocabulary and conversations included words like hystersalpingograms, sperm counts and motility, Clomid, AIH, artificial insemination, and fertility calendar.”
“Kristen would run out to get a blood test while I watched an online tutorial; she would pop Clomid while I conjured up the courage to give myself a shot.”
“But I was just starting to take Clomid; I needed to take care of myself for a change.”
“Within two weeks, I started to experience my first side effects from the Clomid.”
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