Fertomid (Clomiphene Citrate)

Fertomid (Clomiphene Citrate)

Generic: Clomiphene Citrate

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Fermotid acts by pausing the estrogen, which is found in hypothalamus. This is influenced by the inhibition of the negative activity of estrogen on releasing the gonadotropin hormone. This results in increased regulation hypothalamic pituitary gonadal axis. Fertomid stimulates the production of follicle stimulating hormone by the pituitary gland, which causes the production of eggs by stimulating the ovaries.

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Dosage

How to start the dose of Fertomid: -

It is very important to know how to start and when to start the dose of Fertomid for successful treatment of infertility. To get the best result from Fertomid, it is advised to start the your dose of Clomiphene 50mg on third, fourth or fifth day of your menstrual cycle, taking one pill of 50mg every 24 hours for five day. To calculate the day’s one can take first day of menstrual bleeding as day one. Some healthcare providers recommend single course of progestin medicine like Provera to push a menstrual cycle, if the women does not have regular period. But recent developments in the treatment of infertility with clomid suggest that the pregnancy rate is higher without inducing bleeding with medroxyprogesterone like Provera. 

During a cycle of 28 days, the ovulation occurs between 14 to 19 days of the cycle. To optimize the chances of getting pregnant with clomid, one must use ovulation predictor kit (OPK) to plan intercourse. The ovulation predictor kit uses the urine sample to predict ovulation by measuring the luteinizing hormone level. The first day of luteinizing hormone surge between midnight to 8 am and the following day are the best time to plan intercourse. This means, checking the ovulation in the morning hour using OPK may miss day one of LH surge. This is advisable to check the OPK in the afternoon might be better to onset the LH surge.

If someone does not want to use the OPK kit, it is advised to have intercourse every alternate day for one week on around tenth day after the menstrual period starts. This may need survival of the sperm in the upper genital tract which may dim the chance in some instances.

After completing the first month of treatment with Fertomid, if the ovulation does occur and pregnancy is not gained, it is advised to increase the dose of Fertomid 50mg each month until ovulation occurs. If the pregnancy does not occur after ovulation, there is no benefit of increasing the dose as there may be some other reason for failure to achieve pregnancy. There are chances that the failure to attend pregnancy is due to man’s infertility. Studies show that pregnancy is achieved within the first six ovulatory cycles when Fertomid is used for infertility treatment.

Side Effects

Common side effects:-

Common side effects of Fertomid are stated below:

  • Hot Flashes
  • Headaches
  • Abdominal Bloating and pain
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Mood Change
  • Breast Tenderness
  • Visula Symptoms like, blurring, double vision
precaution

How to Improve Fertomid Success:- If a woman does not conceive after the cycle of Fertomid are advised for an X-ray to know as Hysterosalpingogram showing the uterus and fallopian tubes, few blood test and a semen count test of the male partner.

Weight Loss:- Body Mass Index (BMI) is carried out for women who are overweight or obese. As per the body mass index (BMI) if a women has weight greater weight than 25 kg/m Squire.

If these tests are normal and the couple would like to continue with clomiphene treatment, other investigations, such as weight loss or gain, might be suggested. A normal or near normal weight according to BMI reduce the risk of complications during pregnancy and delivery.

Weight gain: - Being under weight also acts as a hindrance in initiating an ovulation, according to body mass index. If the weight is less than 17 kg/m square may increase complication in achieving ovulation.

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Buy Fertomid Online for treatment of Infertility

Fertomid or clomiphene citrate is the drug of choice for the first line of treatment of women infertility. Infertility is a condition in women, who have troubles to become pregnant after doing unprotected physical intercourse. It comes under the class of non-steroidal drug which works by stimulating ovulation. It is administered orally and absorbed easily in human body. According to the research, it is revealed that about 48 millions of women are suffering from infertility in South Asia, South Saharan Africa, North Africa, Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia. Since its main components Clomiphene citrate is very effective in infertility, it works by correcting the irregular ovulation and stimulates the production of egg and helps keep maintaining the most important step called 'luteal phase'. There are many advantage of using Fertomid such as; it is easily available and inexpensive.

Indication of Fertomid:

Fertomid can be used in the following conditions:

  • Women infertility
  • Suppression of lactation
  • Patient suffering from oligospermia(low sperm)
  • correction of ovulation

How does Fermotid works for you?

Fermotid acts by pausing the estrogen, which is found in hypothalamus. This is influenced by the inhibition of the negative activity of estrogen on releasing the gonadotropin hormone. This results in increased regulation hypothalamic pituitary gonadal axis. Fertomid stimulates the production of follicle stimulating hormone by the pituitary gland, which causes the production of eggs by stimulating the ovaries.

What are the Dosage and Method of use of Fermotid?

Fertomid is supplied in the form of tablets and available at the strength of 25mg and 50mg. The Strength of Fertomid depends on the tolerance capacity and the effectiveness of the patients.

Fertomid is taken only once in a day, for 5 days, which should be started on the fifth day of menstrual cycle. If ovulation is not occurred in the first therapy, a second therapy is started at the strength of 50mg (single dose) on the 5th day of menstrual cycles for another 5 days. A third therapy is recommended if ovulation is not happened. Always remember that the interval between each therapy should be 30 days. After these three therapies, if a positive result is not achieved, it is advised to stop the Fertomid for further use. 

Contra-indication of Fertomid?

Fertomid is not used in the conditions like,

  • Patient who are allergic to any component of the preparation.
  • It is not allowed to use in pregnancy.
  • It cannot be used in patient who suffers from any hormonal tumors.
  • It is strictly avoided in the women who suffer from abnormal menstrual and vaginal bleeding.
  • It cannot be used in patient of fibroid and ovarian tumors.
  • It is not used in patient who has any liver disease.

Note: It is advised to consult with your doctor, before starting to take any dose Fertomid to avoid the complications.

What are the Side effects of Fertomid?

Fertomid has the following possible side effects such as:

  • Mild to severe ovarian hyper stimulation associated symptoms like enlarged ovaries, abdominal discomfort. Sometime with excessive nausea and vomiting, shortness of breath may cause a life-threatening complication.
  • Feeling of hot.
  • Irritability.
  • Mood change.
  • Headache.
  • Tenderness in breast.
  • Vision problem.
  • Hair fall.

What should you do if you miss a dose?

If you miss a dose of Fertomid, take the dose immediately as soon as you remember it. If you remember it near the time of the next dose, take both the doses together. If you miss more than two doses, then consult with your doctor.

What happen in the overdose of Fertomid?

Like other drugs, Fertomid also has some risks if it is taken more than the required dose like, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, eye problems, dizziness etc. If you catch any overdose reaction, ask medical assistance immediately to avoid further complications.

What are the Precautions of Fertomid?

The physician always takes some precautions before applying the therapy with Fertomid. They will always go for a pelvic examination before prescribing this medication. Some of the precautions can be followed during the use of this drug, such as:

  • It should not be used in pregnant women because it may cause abnormalities to the unborn baby.
  • It can cause some eye problems like blurred vision, eye pain or sensitivity to the light. If you catch any of these problems, talk to your doctor immediately.
  • You should always stop taking Fertomid, if you catch pain in your pelvic region. Any uncertain pain in this area may be an indication of an ovarian cyst or enlargement.
  • Stop taking this medication if you notice a yellowish discoloration on your skin and in the eye. It may be an indication of catching jaundice.
  • Follow the instructions of your health care provider if you are suffering from uterine fibroids.
  • Never use Fertamid in pregnancy and lactation period.

 

How to start the dose of Fertomid: -

It is very important to know how to start and when to start the dose of Fertomid for successful treatment of infertility. To get the best result from Fertomid, it is advised to start the your dose of Clomiphene 50mg on third, fourth or fifth day of your menstrual cycle, taking one pill of 50mg every 24 hours for five day. To calculate the day’s one can take first day of menstrual bleeding as day one. Some healthcare providers recommend single course of progestin medicine like Provera to push a menstrual cycle, if the women does not have regular period. But recent developments in the treatment of infertility with clomid suggest that the pregnancy rate is higher without inducing bleeding with medroxyprogesterone like Provera. 

During a cycle of 28 days, the ovulation occurs between 14 to 19 days of the cycle. To optimize the chances of getting pregnant with clomid, one must use ovulation predictor kit (OPK) to plan intercourse. The ovulation predictor kit uses the urine sample to predict ovulation by measuring the luteinizing hormone level. The first day of luteinizing hormone surge between midnight to 8 am and the following day are the best time to plan intercourse. This means, checking the ovulation in the morning hour using OPK may miss day one of LH surge. This is advisable to check the OPK in the afternoon might be better to onset the LH surge.

If someone does not want to use the OPK kit, it is advised to have intercourse every alternate day for one week on around tenth day after the menstrual period starts. This may need survival of the sperm in the upper genital tract which may dim the chance in some instances.

After completing the first month of treatment with Fertomid, if the ovulation does occur and pregnancy is not gained, it is advised to increase the dose of Fertomid 50mg each month until ovulation occurs. If the pregnancy does not occur after ovulation, there is no benefit of increasing the dose as there may be some other reason for failure to achieve pregnancy. There are chances that the failure to attend pregnancy is due to man’s infertility. Studies show that pregnancy is achieved within the first six ovulatory cycles when Fertomid is used for infertility treatment.

Common side effects:-

Common side effects of Fertomid are stated below:

  • Hot Flashes
  • Headaches
  • Abdominal Bloating and pain
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Mood Change
  • Breast Tenderness
  • Visula Symptoms like, blurring, double vision

How to Improve Fertomid Success:- If a woman does not conceive after the cycle of Fertomid are advised for an X-ray to know as Hysterosalpingogram showing the uterus and fallopian tubes, few blood test and a semen count test of the male partner.

Weight Loss:- Body Mass Index (BMI) is carried out for women who are overweight or obese. As per the body mass index (BMI) if a women has weight greater weight than 25 kg/m Squire.

If these tests are normal and the couple would like to continue with clomiphene treatment, other investigations, such as weight loss or gain, might be suggested. A normal or near normal weight according to BMI reduce the risk of complications during pregnancy and delivery.

Weight gain: - Being under weight also acts as a hindrance in initiating an ovulation, according to body mass index. If the weight is less than 17 kg/m square may increase complication in achieving ovulation.

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