Helping You Obtain Your Dream Of Motherhood
Receiving care from the comfort of your home eliminates the stress of office visits. Keep your mind where it needs to be and realize your dream of creating a family.
How Does It Work?
After you place your order, you will be directed to a secure, HIPAA compliant, Online Medical Intake questionnaire. Your first step is to complete this information accurately. Please note: We cannot move forward with your treatment until you complete the questionnaire and submit a photo ID. We essentially ask the same questions that you would be asked in a medical office except the treatment takes place in the comfort and privacy of your home. After you complete the form, a physician will review it and prescribe the treatment that is best for you. If necessary, the physician may contact your primary care doctor for additional information.
Next, if the treatment is right for you, your medication, ovulation monitoring kit and early pregnancy test will be shipped directly to your home.
If you have any questions, you may communicate with your GoodPill Rx physician online or call, text, email or chat with our patient support team.
About Clomid For Fertility Treatment In Women
The use of Clomid, clomiphene citrate, in women is a first-line treatment for female infertility caused by defective ovarian function. It is one of the least costly fertility treatments. Clomiphene citrate has been used around the world for more than 50 years and is considered one of the most essential drugs in the world by the World Health Organization (WHO).
Clomiphene is not prescribed for women whose infertility is caused by conditions other than ovarian malfunction. These conditions may include endometriosis, blocked fallopian tubes, and certain cancers.
To ensure that we provide you with the best price, we may substitute one generic for another.
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