Clomid (clomiphene citrate) is intended for the treatment of infertility in females. It's a well-known fertility drug that has just a few side effects and is very affordable if compared to other fertility drugs. If the usual dose of 50 mg does not work your dosage may be reconsidered for a successive cycle. Clomid side effects are mild and comparatively rare, they can include breast tenderness, hot flashes, nausea and mood swings. The side effects go away as soon as the medication is stopped.
Clomid helps about 80% of patients to achieve ovulation, over fifty percent of them will get pregnant within six cycles of taking this medicine. Some patients taking this drug have reported multiple births. If you experience any side effects that interfere with your normal life do not stop taking this medicine before discussing this option with your health care provider. Clomid is usually taken for just 5 days depending on the woman's cycle. Do not share your medicine with people who do not have their doctor's prescription. Your dosage is based on the assessment of your health condition and can be inefficient or even dangerous if used for someone else.