Clomid is an ovulatory stimulant. The work of Clomid consists of producing more hormones that cause your ovaries to release 1 or more eggs.
You should take Clomid on prescription. To take medicine exactly the dosing instruction should be checked.
- You can take Clomiphene by mouth with or without food.
- For obtaining good results properly timed sexual intercourse is important. Ovulation usually occurs 5 to 10 days after a dose of Clomid.
In case of missing a dose of Clomid it should be used as soon as possible. You shouldn’t take two doses together even if dose is missed. Follow your regular dosing instructions.
Clomid is stored at 77 degrees F (25 degrees C) and out of the reach of children, away from pets. Brief periods at temperatures of 59 to 86 degrees F (15 to 30 degrees C) are permitted. . Clomid isn’t stored in the bathroom, and it should be away from heat, moisture, and light.
Clomid Safety information
Clomid shouldn’t be used if:
- you are pregnant;
- you have an allergy to any ingredient in Clomid;
- you have ovarian cysts (small growths on the ovaries) or enlargement not due to polycystic ovarian syndrome;
- you have unusual bothersome vaginal bleeding;
- you have liver problems, uncontrolled thyroid or adrenal gland problems, or a brain lesion (like pituitary gland tumor)
Your doctor or health care provider should be informed if any of these apply to you.
- If you do not know your reaction for Clomid you shouldn’t drive a car or perform other possibly unsafe tasks.
- Multiple pregnancy is possible while you after taking Clomid. You have to be ready to all potential difficulties and hazards of pregnancy with more than 1 fetus;
- The Enlargement of the ovaries is possible after taking Clomiphene. If you have such symptoms as any stomach or pelvic pain, weight gain, pain, or stomach enlargement or discomfort while taking Clomid, contact your doctor.
- You should regularly perform pregnancy and other lab tests determined by your doctor while you are taking Clomid . They can help you to monitor your condition or check for side effects.
- Pregnant and breast-feeding shouldn’t use Clomid. If you are pregnant, don’t use it. If you are using Clomid, avoid becoming pregnant. In case you are pregnant, inform your doctor of this possibility. It is not known if Clomid is found in breast milk. If you use Clomid, you mustn’t breast-feed.
Clomid Side effects
If such side effects as enlarged breasts and breast tenderness; enlargement of the ovaries; blurred vision or vision problems; flushing; headache; hot flashes; lightheadedness or dizziness; mood change; nausea; pelvic pain or bloating; stomach pain; vomiting occur, you should see your doctor.
Contact your doctor if one of the following effects occur:
- harsh allergic reactions (rash; itching; difficulty breathing; hives; tightness in the chest; swelling of the mouth, lips, face, or tongue); over stimulation of the ovaries; spontaneous abortion.
To avoid side effects please use this medication only after doctor’s advice.