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Clomiphene citrate/Clomid (50-41-9)

Clomid triggers ovulation by causing the pituitary gland to secrete higher levels of follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH). This hormone promotes the growth of ovarian follicles containing eggs, leading to the release of estrogen. If the fertility drug cycle is successful, an LH surge will occur about a week after the last pill is taken. You will ovulate and release eggs for fertilization...

1. What Is Clomiphene citrate/Clomid?

Clomid (clomiphene) is a non-steroidal fertility medicine. It causes the pituitary gland to release hormones needed to stimulate ovulation (the release of an egg from the ovary).

 

Clomid is used to cause ovulation in women with certain medical conditions (such as polycystic ovary syndrome) that prevent naturally occurring ovulation.

 

Clomid is an ovulatory stimulating drug used to help women who have problems with ovulation. It is the most commonly used fertility drug. Because Clomid can be prescribed by a gynecologist and doesn't require a fertility specialist, it's also the very first fertility treatment tried for most couples.

 

Clomid is taken as a pill. This is unlike the stronger fertility drugs, which require injection. Clomid is also very effective, stimulating ovulation 80 percent of the time.

 

Clomid may also be marketed under the name Serophene, or you may see it sold under its generic name, clomiphene citrate.




 

2. How Does Clomiphene citrate/Clomid Works?

Clomid triggers ovulation by causing the pituitary gland to secrete higher levels of follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH). This hormone promotes the growth of ovarian follicles containing eggs, leading to the release of estrogen. If the fertility drug cycle is successful, an LH surge will occur about a week after the last pill is taken. You will ovulate and release eggs for fertilization.


Clomid, or clomiphene citrate, or Serophene is a medication that is commonly used for the treatment of infertility. Clomid was originally developed for treatment of anovulation. The medication will often induce ovulation in women that do not develop and release an egg (ovulate) on their own, such as in women with polycystic ovaries.


Clomid is also frequently used to stimulate extra follicles develop in the ovaries of women that already ovulate without medications.


Clomid, Serophene, or clomiphene citrate (generic name) is a medication that is commonly used for the treatment of infertility. It is often used to attempt to induce ovulation in women that do not develop and release an egg (ovulate) on their own.


Clomid, or clomiphene citrate, or Serophene is a medication that is commonly used for the treatment of infertility. Clomid was originally developed for treatment of anovulation. The medication will often induce ovulation in women that do not develop and release an egg (ovulate) on their own, such as in women with polycystic ovaries.


Clomid will jump-start ovulation in 80 percent of patients, but ovulating doesn't guarantee pregnancy will occur. About 40 to 45 percent of women using Clomid will get pregnant within six cycles of use.


While Clomid does help many women ovulate, obviously it's not always successful. When Clomid does not result in ovulation, we say the woman is Clomid resistant. (This isn't the same as when Clomid does trigger ovulation but doesn't lead to pregnancy.)


What happens when Clomid doesn’t work? You won’t necessarily need to move up to more complicated treatments right away. Your doctor may prescribe the diabetes drug metformin to take alongside Clomid.


Or, they may move you onto a drug called letrozole. Letrozole—which is a cancer treatment drug used off-label for infertility—has been found to help women ovulate who are Clomid resistant.


Clomid is also frequently used to stimulate extra follicles develop in the ovaries of women that already ovulate without medications.


In these cases the hope is that there will be an improvement in the chance for getting pregnant by increasing the number of follicles developing in the ovaries - and therefore the number of eggs releasing. This is called controlled ovarian hyperstimulation or superovulation.





3. How to Use Clomiphene citrate/Clomid?

Use Clomid exactly as directed by your doctor. Follow all directions on your prescription label. Your doctor may occasionally change your dose to make sure you get the best results. Do not take this medicine in larger or smaller amounts or for longer than recommended.


Your doctor will perform medical tests to make sure you do not have conditions that would prevent you from safely using Clomid.


Clomid is usually taken for 5 days, starting on the 5th day of your menstrual period. Follow your doctor's instructions.


You will need to have a pelvic examination before each treatment cycle. You must remain under the care of a doctor while you are using Clomid.


You will most likely ovulate within 5 to 10 days after you take Clomid. To improve your chance of becoming pregnant, you should have sexual intercourse while you are ovulating.


Your doctor may have you take your temperature each morning and record your daily readings on a chart. This will help you determine when you can expect ovulation to occur.


In most cases, Clomid should not be used for more than 3 treatment cycles.


If ovulation occurs but you do not get pregnant after 3 treatment cycles, your doctor may stop treatment and evaluate your infertility further.


Store at room temperature away from moisture, heat, and light.


It is best to have intercourse on the day of ovulation if possible. Some women will prefer to use ovulation predictor kits which are urine tests that the woman can do at home. These kits are designed to detect the presence of the LH surge in the body. The LH surge in the blood begins approximately 36 hours before ovulation. The ovulation prediction test is usually done in the mornings. Sex on the day it turns positive or the next morning is best for fertility.


In many women, the menstrual cycle is lengthened somewhat by Clomid. This is only a temporary effect while on the medication. Clomid cycles on the average are a few days longer than the average menstrual cycle length in the same woman without Clomid.


Ovulation is usually about 14 days prior to the start of the next menstrual period. Therefore, if the menstrual cycle length is known for a woman’s typical Clomid cycle, then sex can be timed to fall about 12 to 16 days prior to the “expected” date for the next period.


For example, if the woman has a 32 day cycle length on Clomid, then she is probably ovulating on about day 18A good plan for her would be to have sex on about days 16, 18 and 20





4. Dosage of Clomiphene citrate/Clomid


Usual Adult Dose for Ovulation Induction:

50 mg orally once a day for 5 days. Therapy should be initiated on or near the 5th day of the menstrual cycle, but may be started at any time in patients without recent uterine bleeding.


If ovulation occurs and pregnancy is not achieved, up to 2 additional courses of Clomid 50 mg orally once a day for 5 days may be administered. Each subsequent course may be started as early as 30 days after the previous course and after pregnancy has been excluded.


Most patients ovulate following the first course of therapy. However, if the patient fails to ovulate, a second course of 100 mg/day for 5 days may be given as early as 30 days following the initial course. A third course of 100 mg/day for 5 days may be given after 30 days, if necessary.


Treatments beyond three cycles of Clomid, dosages greater than 100 mg once a day, and/or course durations beyond 5 days are not recommended by the manufacturer. However, successful pregnancies and term deliveries have been reported in women receiving up to 200 mg/day for 5 days, or extended 10-day course of therapy, or consecutive cycles of treatment beyond the 3 recommended by the manufacturer.

 

Usual Adult Dose for Lactation Suppression:

50 to 100 mg orally once a day for 5 days. Generally, one course of therapy is sufficient.


Usual Adult Dose for Oligospermia:


25 to 100 mg orally once a day. Therapy is generally given over a period of several months.





5. Warning of Clomiphene citrate/Clomid

You should not use Clomid if you are allergic to clomiphene, or if you have:


abnormal vaginal bleeding;

an ovarian cyst that is not related to polycystic ovary syndrome;

past or present liver disease;

a tumor of your pituitary gland;

an untreated or uncontrolled problem with your thyroid or adrenal gland; or

if you are pregnant.

To make sure Clomid is safe for you, tell your doctor if you have:


endometriosis or uterine fibroids.

Do not use Clomid if you are already pregnant. Talk to your doctor if you have concerns about the possible effects of Clomid on a new pregnancy.


Clomiphene can pass into breast milk and may harm a nursing baby. This medication may slow breast milk production in some women. Tell your doctor if you are breast-feeding a baby.


Using Clomid for longer than 3 treatment cycles may increase your risk of developing an ovarian tumor. Ask your doctor about your specific risk.



Fertility treatment may increase your chance of having multiple births (twins, triplets). These are high-risk pregnancies both for the mother and the babies. Talk to your doctor if you have concerns about this risk.


Clomid should not be used indefinitely. One reason for that is the possible increased risk of developing ovarian cancer.


Several studies have looked into whether fertility drugs increase your odds for cancer. The good news is that most studies link infertility itself, and not Clomid use, to the higher risk of cancer.


This means if Clomid helps you get pregnant, just getting pregnant and having a baby will decrease your cancer risk.


The bad news is that some studies have found that cancer risk goes up if you’re treated with Clomid over an extended time, even when compared to other infertile women who don’t conceive.


Even though research seems to indicate that infertility itself is the cause for increased cancer odds, just to be safe, most doctors recommend limiting treatment to 12 months. Some prefer to be extra cautious and limit treatment to six months.





6. What Are the Possible Side Effects of Clomiphene citrate/Clomid?

Get emergency medical help if you have any signs of an allergic reaction to Clomid: hives; difficult breathing; swelling of your face, lips, tongue, or throat.


Some women using this medicine develop a condition called ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS), especially after the first treatment. OHSS can be a life threatening condition. Call your doctor right away if you have any of the following symptoms of OHSS:


stomach pain, bloating;

nausea, vomiting, diarrhea;

rapid weight gain, especially in your face and midsection;

little or no urinating; or

pain when you breathe, rapid heart rate, feeling short of breath (especially when lying down).

Stop using Clomid and call your doctor at once if you have:


pelvic pain or pressure, enlargement in your pelvic area;

vision problems;

seeing flashes of light or "floaters" in your vision;

increased sensitivity of your eyes to light; or

heavy vaginal bleeding.

Common Clomid side effects may include:


flushing (warmth, redness, or tingly feeling);

breast pain or tenderness;

headache; or

breakthrough bleeding or spotting.


Clomid's side effects aren't so bad, as far as fertility drugs are concerned. The most common side effects are hot flashes, breast tenderness, mood swings, and nausea.

 

Once the medication is stopped, the side effects will leave, too.




Possible side effects of Clomid include:


Enlarged and tender ovaries (14 percent)

Hot flashes (11 percent)

Abdominal tenderness, due to enlarged and tender ovaries (7.4 percent)

Bloating (5.5 percent)

Breast tenderness (2.1 percent)

Vaginal dryness or thicker cervical mucus (percentage of occurrence not available)

Nausea and vomiting (2.2 percent)

Anxiety and insomnia (1.9 percent)

Vision disturbances (1.6 percent)

Headache (1.3 percent)

Abnormal uterine bleeding (spotting) (0.5 percent)

Mood swings and fatigue (0.3 percent)

One of the more ironic side effects to comprehend is that Clomid can decrease the quality of your cervical mucus. This can cause problems with sperm being able to move easily through the cervix, making conception more difficult.


Clomid can also make the lining of your uterus thinner and less ideal for implantation.


This is why "more" is not necessarily better when it comes to Clomid dosage and use.





7. Buy Clomiphene citrate/Clomid Raw Powder from SZOB

 Visit our online pharmacy and fill in an order of Clomid raw materials.

 Define place of delivery, quantity of the product and the way of payment.

 In the period of 30 minutes, you will receive a confirmation of your order.

 It will be sent out within 12 hours.




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