Clomid (clomiphene) is used to restore the normal process of ovulation in females unable to conceive a child. Although Clomid is considered to be a very safe and efficient drug, some of the health conditions you have may interfere with the process. Such conditions as thyroid problem, endometriosis, liver disease, pregnancy, underdiagnosed vaginal bleeding, uterine fibroids, ovarian cysts or enlarged ovaries, or any other chronic illnesses can require additional tests and you will be carefully monitored for side effects by your doctor. Clomid is usually taken for 5 days every cycle, and after half a year of treatment the absolute majority of women to whom this kind of treatment was recommended are likely to get pregnant. In case you are pregnant or have any of the following health conditions talking to your doctor is the first thing to do: thyroid problem or any other endocrine system problems, underdiagnosed vaginal bleeding, uterine fibroids, liver disease, ovarian cysts or enlarged ovaries, endometriosis or any other chronic illnesses. Take this medicine exactly as recommended by your doctor and make sure you understand all the instructions given to you. If you think you have misunderstood something, call your health care provider or consult your pharmacist, as with Clomid it's very important that you observe the dosing schedule recommended. Clomid has not been reported to interact with any other drugs, but you will need to mention to your health care provider any medicines you are taking at the moment.