About Fertomid: Fertomid (Clomifene Citrate) is a medication prescribed to women experiencing difficulties in conceiving and it helps them get pregnant. This medicine helps in the production of ova and some instances, can be prescribed to men to help increase the production of sperm. It is however strictly recommended that you consult your physician should you intend to use this medicine in any other way other than increasing the production of ova.
How to use Fertomid
This medicine is available in tablets that should be taken orally. Your physician will instruct you on how best to take the tablets. If you are not sure about any detail, make consultations for clarifications. For most women starting to take this medicine for treatment of infertility problems, the typical dosage is a single tablet to be taken for five consecutive days. In order not to skip the doses, pick a specific time for taking the dose and this will help you remember your dosage. It is also important to have a regular pattern for taking the medicine so as to allow for its action in the body.
You will be prescribed a dosage that will match your condition and its severity. For this, do not self-medicate yourself this medicine as it may be ineffective to your condition or have other worse effects. For women suffering from infertility, the typical dosage is a daily intake of one 50mg tablet, and this should be during the first five days of the menstrual cycle. This dosage will differ for men or other patients suffering from different conditions that are treatable using this medicine.
Fertomid Side Effects
The use of Fertomid (Clomifene Citrate) may lead to the experiencing of undesired side effects by patients. The drug is however highly tolerable so only a low percentage of patients using this medication report the experiencing of side effects. There are common side effects such as experiencing heavy menstrual cycles, experiencing headaches, insomnia, symptoms of depression, nausea or even vomiting, unexplainable nervousness, breast discomforts and increased dizziness. These are not all mild side effects, and you should consult your physician for more details on the reactions you most likely are to experience. Consult your doctor if the mild reactions persist or if they become worse. Notify your physician immediately you experience any of these severe side effects; vision problems, stomach or pelvic pain, increased sensitivity to light, yellowing of the skin or eyes or any other reaction.
Pregnant or those having positive doubts that they could be pregnant are not suitable patients for this medicine as it may cause defects to the fetus. Before starting to take the medicine, discuss with your doctor some of the risks of multiple births. This is because Fertomid (Clomifene Citrate) increases considerably the chances of having multiple births such as twins, triplets. Do not use this medicine unless you have been checked by your doctor, and it has been prescribed to you. Open up to your doctor about your medical history and hereditary disorders that you may be suffering from to establish the suitability of this medicine as a treatment option for your condition.