Clomid (clomiphene) is an ovulatory stimulant intended for the treatment of infertility in females that can be caused by lack of production of eggs. Clomid has not been reported to interact with other drugs, but you still may want to tell your doctor if you are taking any prescription over-the-counter products that may affect the success of your treatment or worsen your side effects. Make sure you mention any other prescription or over-the-counter medications that you are going to use. Before you ask your doctor for a prescription make sure you mention the fact of having any of the following medical conditions that may require a dose adjustment: liver disease, undiagnosed vaginal bleeding, pregnancy, ovarian cysts, uterine fibroids, endometriosis, thyroid problem, endocrine disorder, any chronic medical illness, or endometrial carcinoma. Your doctor may also want to monitor you for aside effects throughout the period of your treatment. Make sure you stop taking Clomid and talk to your health care provider if you suspect a pregnancy. In case of a suspected pregnancy, you will need to ask your health care provide for further instructions. Clomid is FDA pregnancy category X - it can cause serious birth defects in unborn babies.