About Clofert: Clofert (Clomifene Citrate) is a medicine prescribed for women trying to get pregnant and experience difficulties in the process. The medicine works by inducing production of ova. The medicine can also be used to treat some other conditions including post-oral contraceptive amenorrhea, polycystic ovary syndrome, amenorrhea-galactorrhea syndrome and psychogenic amenorrhea. The medicine is also effective in some cases of secondary amenorrhea and etiology that has been undetermined yet and can be used to increase sperm production in men. It is possible for your physician to prescribe this medicine to you to treat other conditions that may not have been listed here.
How to use Clofert
Take Clofert (Clomifene Citrate) tablets whole and exactly as instructed by your physician or doctor. Start taking the tablets on the 5th day of your menstrual cycle and do not skip even a single dose for the next five days. You can take the medicine with or without food as per your preference that is if your doctor has not provided you with specific instructions on how to take the tablets.
Do not use Clofert (Clomifene Citrate) if your doctor has not prescribed this medicine for your condition. Different conditions will require different prescriptions, and this will also be dependent on the severity of the symptoms. For patients suffering from anovulatory infertility symptoms, the typical dose for a moderately severe condition is a clofert-50 tablet to be taken once a day for five consecutive days. In cases where the condition does not improve with that dosage, a new dosage of clofert-100 to be taken once for five consecutive days is prescribed until the next cycle when your doctor will give you a new dose. Do not self-medicate yourself this medicine. Do not use another person’s dosage to treat your condition. If you get pregnant during treatment, notify your doctor immediately and do not stop using the medicine unless instructed. In the case that you are not able to get pregnant, do not increase your dosage.
Clofert Side Effects
When using this medicine, you may get to experience unwanted side effects though this is rare for most patients. Of the reported side effects, the common ones include; headaches, abnormal menstrual periods, insomnia, dizziness and breast discomforts, nausea or even vomiting depression and nervousness. In extremely rare cases will patients experience severe effects which include; sensitivity to light, yellowing of the skin and eyes, development of pelvic or stomach pains or other side effects that may have been left out. The common side effects would normally cease after a while and should not worry you much. But if they persist, worsen or you see any sign of the severe side effects, contact your physician immediately.
If you get pregnant or suspect that you are pregnant, do not use Clofert (Clomifene Citrate) any farther. This is because the medicine may cause defects to the fetus. Talk to your physician about the risks of multiple births since the use of this medicine greatly increases the chances of getting pregnant with multiple babies. This medicine may not be suitable for you if you have a history of liver or kidney diseases, stomach conditions or thyroid disease. Using this medicine may cause dizziness and hence it is important to keep of activities that require high concentration levels such as operating heavy machinery, driving or any other such activities as doing so increases the risks of an accident occurring.