Serophene is taken for treating female sterility and for certain conditions as settled by your doctor.
Use Serophene according to your doctor’s directions. Please read carefully exact dosing instructions on the label.
- Take Serophene orally with or without food.
- It is important to plan sexual intercourse properly for good results. Ovulation typically happens 5 to 10 days after you take a dose of Serophene.
Serophene stimulates ovulation. Preparation’s effect helps to produce more hormones that make your ovaries release 1 or more eggs.
Take a dose of Serophene as soon as possible, if you miss one. Skip the missed dose and return to your regular dosing schedule, if it is about time for your next dose. Do not take 2 doses simultaneously.
Keep Serophene at 77 degrees F (25 degrees C). Short-term storage between 59 and 86 degrees F (15 and 30 degrees C) is allowed. Keep away from heat, moisture, and light. Storing in the bathroom is not allowed. Keep Serophene away from children and pets.
Serophene Safety information
Avoid taking Serophene if:
- you suffer from abnormal vaginal haemorrhage;
- you have allergy to any component in Serophene;
- you have ovarian cysts (small tumors on the ovaries) or overgrowth not caused by
- during pregnancy;
- you have or have ever had blood clots in your lungs, legs, or other organs;
- polycystic ovarian syndrome;
- you suffer from troubles with liver, uncontrollable thyroid or adrenal gland problems, or a brain injury (like pituitary gland tumor).
If any of these statements are true to you, get in touch with your doctor or health care provider immediately.
Keep in mind:
- Avoid driving or other possibly dangerous actions until you find out your reaction to it.
- While you are taking Serophene, it is possible that you become pregnant with more than 1 fetus (e.g., twins). It is necessary to discuss all possible complications and harms of multiple pregnancy.
- During or shortly after taking Serophene, your ovaries may enlarge. If you suffer from any stomach or pelvic pain, weight gain, pain, or stomach enlargement or discomfort while taking Serophene, contact your health care provider.
- While you use Serophene, lab tests, including pregnancy tests, are possible. These tests may be essential to observe your condition or control side effects. Avoid skipping any doctor and lab appointments.
- Pregnancy and breast-feeding: avoid taking Serophene if you are pregnant. Avoid pregnancy while using it. Call your doctor immediately, if you suspect pregnancy. We have no information if breast milk can contain Serophene. Avoid breast-feeding while taking Serophene.
- Use Serophene cautiously past middle age; the elderly can be more vulnerable to its effects.
Only the patient for whom Serophene is prescribed can take it. Do not give it to other people.
Serophene Side effects
Contact your doctor if any of these most general side effects endure or bother you:
- eyesight problems or blurred eyesight (spots or flashes); enlargement of breasts; breast tenderness; enlarged ovaries; headache; vertigo; lightheadedness; flushing; hot flashes; changing mood; pelvic pain or swelling; sickness; abdominal pains; retching.
Seek medical attention immediately if any of these harsh side effects happen:
- harsh allergic reactions (difficulty breathing; tightness in the chest; eruption; hives; itching; swelling of the mouth, face, lips, or tongue)extra risk of ovarian cancer; excessive stimulation of the ovaries; self-acting abortion.