Clomiphene is an estrogen receptor-blocker that increases the secretion of a certain hormone, known as gonadotropin-releasing hormone, which blocks estrogen. Typically, Clomid is used to induce ovulation in women who do not produce eggs but desire to become pregnant. Low doses of clomiphene for male infertility may help increase sperm production, and it has been used to treat this condition. Side effects associated with the use of this drug include upset stomach, vomiting, and headache.
Treatment of ovulatory failure in patients desiring pregnancy
Hot flashes, ovarian enlargement, blood clots, mental depression, headache, breast enlargement (males), breast discomfort (females), abnormal menstrual flow, ovarian cyst formation, distention, bloating, nausea, vomiting, liver toxicity, blurring of vision, double vision, visual floaters, visual afterimages.
- Before you order Clomiphene, you must remember that Clomid is not for use if you have liver disease, abnormal uterine bleeding, enlargement or development of ovarian cyst, uncontrolled thyroid or adrenal dysfunction, pituitary tumor, or pregnancy.
- Multiple pregnancies, blurring or other visual symptoms, over stimulation of ovaries, and abdominal pain can occur with the use of this medication.
FDA Pregnancy Risk Category X. Excretion in breast milk unknown. Not for use during breast-feeding.
When used for female ovulation stimulation, the majority of patients who ovulate will do so after the first course of therapy. If ovulation does not occur after three courses of therapy, the need for this drug should be re-evaluated. Notify your doctor if bloating, stomach or pelvic pain, blurred vision, jaundice, hot flushes or vomiting occur.
Where can I buy Clomid without prescription?
Clomiphene is a prescription drug that comes in 25 mg, 100 mg tablets. It is available on prescription only as tablets for oral use, but the online pharmacy, will sell Clomiphene without prescription. You may be able to order Clomid from them online and save the local pharmacy markup.
In a study by a Japanese researcher of 59 men with abnormal sperm, 36 men received a gonadotropin-releasing hormone analogue and 23 patients received oral clomiphene for three months. Sperm density increased in men treated with the hormone analogue, but no significant change in sperm density occurred in men treated with Clomid. Similarly, sperm motility improved with the hormone analogue but there were no statistically significant increases in men treated with this drug. Overall, no adverse events were noted in either treatment group. Alternatively, in a Saudi Arabian study, Clomid used for abnormal sperm was associated with a significant increase in total sperm count and total motile sperm count. The researchers concluded that clomiphene may be more effective in certain men with abnormal sperm and high levels of prolactin.
This drug induces ovulation by stimulating the release of hormones.
Serophene, Clomid, Fertomid, Clofi
Estrogen agonist-antagonist; triarylethylene compound
Tablets - Oral 25 mg, 100 mg.
Ovulatory failure: PO 50 mg qd for 5 days beginning on day 5 of cycle; may be repeated at dosage of 100 mg until conception occurs or 3 cycles of therapy have been completed.
Male infertility: PO 25 mg qd for 25 days with 5 days rest, or 100 mg every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.