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Clomid is prescribed as a first line treatment for infertility for women

Generic Clomiphene is present in it as active formula. It exerts its action by stimulating an enhancement in the amount of hormones that maintain the development and release of a mature egg (process known as ovulation).

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Clomid is prescribed as a first line treatment for infertility for women. Generic Clomiphene is present in it as active formula. It exerts its action by stimulating an enhancement in the amount of hormones that maintain the development and release of a mature egg (process known as ovulation). This medication is used for causing ovulation in females with certain medical conditions (for example, polycystic ovary syndrome) that avoid naturally occurring ovulation.

 

How it works?

Clomid works by competing for estrogen binding sites by acting at the level of hypothalamus. When these "sites get engaged" by Clomid, hypothalamus shows its action by producing more gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) which then excites the pituitary gland to make FSH. Keep in mind, in a usual cycle healthy follicles make estrogen, which signals the hypothalamus to decrease the FSH production.

 

Under what conditions the use of Clomid is contraindicated?

  • History of liver disease
  • A tumor of pituitary gland
  • Abnormal vaginal bleeding
  • An unrestrained or untreated difficulty with adrenal or thyroid gland
  • An ovarian cyst that is unrelated to polycystic ovary syndrome
  • Pregnancy and lactation

 

How to store Clomid tablets?

This medication should be stored at room temperature between 15-30oC away from heat, moisture and light. Keep the drug away from children and pets. Keep the medicine in a cool and dry place.

 

How to use Clomid?

The recommended dosage of this medication is 50 mg taken by mouth once a day for 5 days. Therapy must be begun on or near the 5th day of the menstrual cycle, but may be initiated at any time in patients without recent uterine bleeding. If ovulation takes place and pregnancy is not completed, up to two extra courses of Clomid 50 mg are suggested orally once a day for 5 days. Each successive course may be initiated as early as 30 days after the preceding course and after pregnancy has been excluded.

 

What happens in case of overdose?

Symptoms of overdose of Clomid may include pelvic/abdominal pain, vomiting or vision troubles. If an overdose is suspected, speak to emergency room or a poison control center instantaneously.

 

What happens in case of missed dose?

If you miss a dose of Clomid, contact your physician on time for further instructions. Avoid doubling the dose of this medication to catch up the missed dose unless your physician directs you to do so.

 

What are the possible side effects related to the use of Clomid?

Clomid can cause side effects for example, visual interruptions, breast pain or tenderness, nausea, stomach pain, heavy vaginal bleeding, breakthrough bleeding or spotting and ovarian hyperstimulation (rare).

 

What precautionary measures should be taken care of while using Clomid?

  • Use of Generic Clomiphene may bring about multiple births (for instance, twins or triplets). Discuss with your physician for more details.
  • Before using Clomid, inform your physician your medical history, particularly of: uterus problems (for example, endometriosis or uterine fibroids) and polycystic ovary syndrome.
  • Don't give this medication to pregnant female and nursing mother.

 

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Clomid is prescribed as a first line treatment for infertility for women

Generic Clomiphene is present in it as active formula. It exerts its action by stimulating an enhancement in the amount of hormones that maintain the development and release of a mature egg (process known as ovulation).

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