|Pack Size||Qty||Price Per Pill or Unit||Price||Offer|
|30 Tablet/s||US$ 0.53||US$ 16.00||
|60 Tablet/s||US$ 0.43||US$ 26.0019%US$ 32.00||
|90 Tablet/s||US$ 0.39||US$ 35.5026%US$ 48.00||
|US Brand Name||Clomid|
|Generic Name||Clomiphene Citrate|
Clofert 50 mg is a medicine containing clomiphene citrate, categorized under the class of medications known as ovulation stimulants. It stimulates ovulation (release of eggs from the ovary). Clomiphene citrate is extremely effective against some types of infertility in females who are not ovulating properly.
Take Clofert 50 mg orally. Swallow the pill whole with a glass of water. Avoid chewing or crushing the tablet. Do not take the tablets for more than five days. If the medicine's effect is inappropriate, don't change your dosing regimen; discuss it with your doctor. You may be advised to begin taking the medicine during your menstrual cycle. For the first course of treatment, take one tablet daily for five days. If you have periods after the treatment, your doctor will increase the dose to two tablets daily for five days. You should begin this second course at least 30 days after the first course. You will not usually take more than three courses of therapy.
Do not take this medicine if you are hypersensitive to clomiphene or any of the ingredients of the medicine. Avoid taking the medicine if you have liver disease, unusual menstrual bleeding, certain types of cancer, have a cyst on your ovary, or are pregnant. Before you take Clofert 50 mg, talk to your doctor about the risks of:
– Having multiple pregnancies (more than one child at the same time).
– Pregnancies are where the baby develops in the womb.
Any pregnancy could contribute to congenital disabilities or miscarriage. This can occur even if you are taking Clofert. Seek medical advice related to the possible risks before you take Clomiphene citrate.
Speak to your health care specialist before taking your medicine if any of the following applies to you:
– Having an early menopause or have been told you are infertile
– Have stopped having periods because you are underweight
– Have had fits or seizures in the past
– Have polycystic ovaries
– Ovaries are swollen
– Have fibroids in your womb
– Have an excess of fats in the blood
You may be checked for any other causes of fertility problems before starting Clofert therapy.
Stop taking Clofert 50 mg and talk to your doctor if you notice serious side effects. You may need immediate medical attention if:
– You have an allergic reaction. Symptoms may include difficulty breathing, itching, shortness of breath, dizziness, cold, clammy skin, a rash, palpitations, dizziness, weakness, and swelling of your face, lips, throat, or tongue. You have weakness, numbness, paralysis on one side of your body, sudden blurred vision, confusion, slurred speech, or instability. These could indicate a stroke.
– Blurring of vision or flashes/spots in front of the eyes. These symptoms usually improve, but in some cases, they may be permanent.
– Overstimulation of the ovary. This can contribute to pain in the pelvis, calves, or stomach, bloated, passing less urine, trouble breathing, or increased weight.
Seek immediate medical advice if you develop any side effects.