Clomiphene, the active component present in Clomid was approved for medical use in 1967. Its chemical formula is C26H28ClNO • C6H8O7 and its molecular weight is 598.09. It is contained within the World Health Organization's List of Essential Medicines. It is a drug with considerable pharmacological potency. The exact mechanism of Clomid Tablet is not established. This medication is supposed to interact with estrogen receptors of the pituitary, endometrium, ovary, hypothalamus, cervix, and vagina. Its main action of encouraging ovulation is because of its antiestrogenic property. It prompts the release of follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH), and luteinizing hormone (LH), which are vital for growth and development of ovarian follicle, ovulation, and consecutive growth and function of the corpus luteum, the outcome is pregnancy.