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Avoid taking Clomid if:

  • you have allergy to any component of Clomid
  • you’re pregnant
  • you have excessive vaginal hemorrhage
  • you have cyst in your ovaries or enlargement that isn’t caused by polycystic ovarian syndrome
  • you have blood clotting
  • you suffer from liver dysfunction, thyroid diseases, adrenal gland issue, or a brain damage.

Contact your physician at once if you note any of these adverse effects.

Some health problems may interact with this drug. Inform your doctor if you have any diseases, particularly one or several of the following:

  • if you’re planning a pregnancy or are a lactating mother
  • if you’re using any prescription or over-the-counter drug, herbal supplement, etc.
  • you’re allergic to any drugs, foods, etc.
  • if you suffer from depression, endometriosis, have cysts in ovaries, etc.

Some drugs may interact with Clomid. However, these interactions are rare and mild. Ask your doctor if this drug may interact with other medication you’re taking. Consult your doctor before changing the drug dose or stopping the treatment.

Important information:

Clomid may lead to vertigo, headache, or vision impairment. These conditions may aggravate if you mix the drug with alcohol or certain drugs.

Use Clomid very carefully. Avoid driving or operating heavy machinery until you know your reaction to the drug.

Enlargement of the ovaries can occur during or soon after the intake of Clomid. Contact your doctor if you note stomachache or pelvic pain, weight gain or stomach enlargement during the treatment with Clomid.

Multiple births may be caused by the treatment with Clomid. Discuss the potential risks of multiple pregnancy with your doctor.

Lab tests, such as pregnancy tests, may be required during the treatment with Clomid. These tests may be applied to monitor your state or check for adverse effects. Make sure to keep all doctor and lab appointments.

Older people must take the drug with caution, as they can be very sensitive to its action.

Clomid must not be used in kids, as safety and efficiency in patients of this age have not been verified.

Pregnancy and lactating: never use Clomid during pregnancy. Avoid getting pregnant during the treatment.

If you suspect pregnancy, contact your physician at once. It is yet unknown if this drug can get into the breast milk. Avoid lactating during the treatment.

All drugs may cause adverse effects, but many patients have no, or mild, adverse effects.

Contact your doctor if any of these adverse effects persist or get worse:

Vision impairment; breast pain; vertigo; breasts enlargement; hot flashes; head pain; mood swings; sickness; pelvic pain; stomachache; vomiting.

Seek medical attention right away if any of these severe side effects occur:

Serious allergic reactions (rash; urticaria; itching; breathing problems; tightness in the breast; face swelling), high risk of ovarian cancer; increased stimulation of the ovaries; sudden miscarriage.

This is not a full list of all adverse effects that may happen. If you have questions regarding the adverse effects, ask your doctor.

Clomid for the treatment of female infertility and some other gynecological diseases

Clomid belongs to the group of ovulatory stimulants. It acts by increasing the production of hormones, which makes your ovaries to release.


Use the drug according to the doctor’s prescriptions.

Take the drug orally, irrespective of the mealtime.
Timely sexual intercourse is essential to achieve the best results. As a rule, ovulation happens 5-10 days after the beginning of the treatment.
If pregnancy doesn’t occur after 3 courses of treatment, further therapy is not advised. Don’t use Clomid for a long time.
If you skipped the dose, contact your physician at once.

Ask your doctor any questions about the use of Clomid.