CLOMID – SWISS 50MG X 50 CAPSULES CLOMIPHENE CITRATE
50mg x 50 Capsules
Each Capsule contains:
50mg Clomiphene Citrate
Clomid is a trademark of clomiphene citrate, a nonsteroidal powder approved in 1967 by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use as a fertility drug. It belongs to a class of drugs called ovulation stimulants. For consumption, the powder is compressed into small tablets, usually at a dose of 50 milligrams per tablet.
While many other fertility treatments require an appointment with a reproductive endocrinologist at a specialist fertility clinic, Clomida can be prescribed by a gynecologist.
Clomid works by binding to receptors in your brain that would normally bind to estrogen. As a result, your brain thinks your estrogen levels are low, which compensates for this by producing more FSH or follicle stimulating hormone, which can increase estrogen. The main function of FSH is related to fertility; As the name suggests, the hormone stimulates the ovaries and stimulates their growth. The follicular follicle is a small bag of fluid in the ovaries that contains an immature egg called an oocyte. Most women are born with a stock of millions of eggs, which are gradually depleted over the course of their lives.
When and how to take Clomid
Clomid is supplied as 50 milligram tablets. The most common starting dose is one tablet per day for five days, starting on the third, fourth or fifth day of your menstrual cycle. From there (if you are not using Clomid with an IUI or IVF cycle) you should have sex planned for your fertile window, which is a period of six days or more during your menstrual cycle. during which time you can become pregnant.
If you do not become pregnant within the first month of taking Clomid, your doctor may increase your dose to two or three tablets per day during the next menstrual cycle. Never take Clomid without a prescription.