Clomid Information

 

CLOMID is used for treating ovulation dysfunction in women who want to become pregnant. Before starting treatment should complete a survey to identify the exact problems with ovulation and eliminating other problems that prevent pregnancy.

 

How To Use

 

Those patients most likely to achieve success with clomiphene therapy include patients with amenorrhea-galactorrhea syndrome, polycystic ovary syndrome, post-Oral contraceptive amenorrhea, amenorrhea psychogenic and in some cases of secondary amenorrhea of undetermined etiology. It is necessary to strictly follow the ovulation during sexual intercourse to achieve pregnancy. Chart basal body temperature or other appropriate tests may help the woman and her physician determine if ovulation has occurred. Clomid is taken 5 days after the start of ovulation. It is not recommended to take more than 6 cycles (including 3 ovulatory cycle).

Take 50 mg 1 time a day, the treatment starts on day 5 after the start of ovulation.

 

Contraindications

 

Clomid is contraindicated in cases of hypersensitivity to the drug and its components. If you have problems with liver and kidneys, and egg the cyst. Clomid is contraindicated in patients with pathology of uterine bleeding, and bleeding of unknown origin.

 

Side Effects

 

  • tides blood to a person
  • abdominal pain
  • nausea, vomiting
  • chest pain
  • headache
  • abnormal vaginal bleeding
  • fatigue
  • baldness

 

Warnings

 

Blurred vision


During the course of treatment possible visual symptoms such as blurred vision, if symptoms persist after a few days, consult a doctor. These symptoms may influence such activities as driving a car, particularly under conditions of variable lighting.

 

Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome


To minimize the hazard associated with occasional abnormal enlargement of the ovary during treatment with Clomid should reduce the dosage. The enlarged ovaries can last up to several days after stopping Clomid therapy.

 

 

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