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clomiphene, pronounced KLOE mih feen
Clomid is used for treating female infertility, and works by stimulating ovulation (the
release of an egg) when a woman’s ovaries can produce a follicle but her hormonal stimulation is
Clomid may be used for purposes not described in this medication guide.
Clomid is in FDA pregnancy category X. Clomid can harm your unborn baby and cause birth
defects. You should not use Clomid if you are pregnant, and you must tell your doctor immediately
if you become pregnant during treatment with this medication. We know that Clomid can pass into
breast milk and may harm a nursing baby, and it may also slow your breast milk production. You
should not breast-feed while you are taking Clomid.
Clomid may lead to blurred vision or other visual side effects. You should use caution when
driving or operating machinery, especially under conditions of variable lighting. If you
experience any abnormal visual disturbances you should tell your doctor immediately.
Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS) has occurred in some patients who received Clomid.
The symptoms of OHSS are swelling of the hands or legs, abdominal pain and swelling, shortness of
breath, weight gain, nausea and vomiting. OHSS can be fatal and you should notify your doctor
immediately if you experience these symptoms or seek emergency medical attention.
If you are allergic to clomipheneyou should
not use Clomid.
If you have a thyroid problem or an endocrine disorder, or if you have endometriosis or
endometrial carcinoma you should not take Clomid.
If you have an undiagnosed vaginal bleeding, uterine fibroids or liver disease you should talk
to your doctor before taking Clomid.
Do not use Clomid if you think you are pregnant.
Tell your doctor if you have ovarian cysts or ovarian enlargement not due to polycystic
ovarian syndrome or any other serious or chronic medical illness before using Clomid.
There are no known drug interactions involving Clomid. However, other drugs you take that are
not listed may interact with Clomid. You should tell your doctor about all of the medications you
use. This includes prescription drugs, vitamins, supplements and herbal products, and over the
counter medications. You should not begin taking a new medication without telling your doctor
Use Clomid exactly as your doctor has prescribed you to. Do not use it in larger or smaller
amounts or for shorter or longer than recommended. Clomid comes with patient instructions for you
so you can use this medication safely and effectively. Be sure to follow these instructions
You should take Clomid with a full (8 oz.) glass of water.
Clomid is typically taken in 5 day cycles. Follow the directions for taking Clomid exactly as
your doctor has directed.
Clomid needs to be stored in a cool, dry place, away from heat and moisture.
Contact your doctor at once if you have a serious side effect such as:
Other side effects of Clomid may occur, and you should contact your doctor if you experience
any of the following:
It should be noted that this is not a complete list of possible side effects of Clomid. You
should contact your physician for a complete list and medical advice regarding these effects.
Clomid is available in 50 mg tablets which are round, white, scored and debossed with Clomid
You should take Clomid exactly as your doctor has directed you to. Do not change your dose of
Clomid or stop taking this medication without talking to your doctor first.
If you believe that you have overdosed with Clomid you should seek medical help
Clomid contains clomiphene citrate as the active ingredient. Inactive ingredients are corn
starch, lactose, magnesium stearate, pregelatinized cornstarch, and sucrose.
The information contained in this drug guide is intended as an educational resource only. This guide is not exhaustive and does not contain all available information about this drug.This guide is not intended as medical advice for individual conditions or treatment.
The information provided in this guide does not replace the need for the advice and services of medical professionals or the need for medical examination. Always talk to your physician or pharmacist before taking any prescription medication or over the counter drugs (including any supplements) or before making any changes to your treatment. Only your doctor, nurse or pharmacist can provide you with safe and effective advice regarding your drug treatment.
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