Generic Clomid Reviews
Manufacturer: Cipla / Sunrise
Generic Clomid is a drug for the treatment of infertility which stimulates ovulation and enhances serum estradiol levels. Generic Clomid is prescribed for anovulatory infertility, amenorrhea, galaktoree caused by a pituitary tumor, polycystic ovary syndrome, androgen deficiency, dysfunctional metrorrhagia (uterine bleeding)...
Generic Clomid is a drug for the treatment of infertility which stimulates ovulation and enhances serum estradiol levels. Generic Clomid is prescribed for anovulatory infertility, amenorrhea, galaktoree caused by a pituitary tumor, polycystic ovary syndrome, androgen deficiency, dysfunctional metrorrhagia (uterine bleeding) and oligospermia. The manufacturer is Cipla / Sunrise, which are one of the leading pharma companies in India.
The active ingredient is Clomiphene 25mg/50mg/100mg. It is available in pills form (10 pills per blister), which are coated white. The recommended dose for the first cycle is 50 mg, once a day for 5 days. The treatment should be started on the fifth day of the menstrual cycle. If woman has no menstruation, she can start taking Generic Clomid at any time. In case of ovulation is not necessary to increase the dose in subsequent cycles of treatment. If after treatment, ovulation started, and pregnancy – didn’t, start taking it in a similar way again. During therapy, women should go to the gynecologist to keep control of ovarian function, the state of the vaginal mucosa and cervical canal. Warning for women, who are taking Generic Clomid for infertility treatment: the drug increases the possibility of multiple births.
To men with oligospermia, the medication is prescribed to be taken 1 or 2 times a day for 50 mg. Treatment lasts for 3-4 months. This drug is taken by mouth with water. Follow the prescription and do not take extra doses.
- pituitary gland disease;
- adrenal gland disease;
- liver disease;
- ovarian cancer;
- blood vessel disease;
- allergic reaction to clomiphene or other medicines;
- cyst on the ovary.
Generic Clomid may interact with prasterone and dietary or herbal supplements (for example: black cohosh, chasteberry).
Generic Clomid can cause fluid retention, vomiting, allergic reactions (itching, skin rash), breathing problems, severe abdominal pain, bloating, nausea, changes in vision, sudden weight gain, mild nausea, breast discomfort, hot flashes or mild pelvic discomfort.