Prescribed by doctor, 200 mg once daily for 12 days after ovulation.I was instructed to to take only for 12 days unless I became pregnant- if I became pregnant to NOT stop taking them. This is my first month taking it but unless things change next month ,which I'm sure they could, I will ask my doctor to find a different solution. I spot about a week before my flow starts, so this medication was supposed to prevent early spotting. It has not done that seeing as I've spotted for the last week or so and still no af. The side affects aren't awesome either. Moody, random dizziness, some depressive episodes, and emotional imbalances. Hoping this medication will work with time!
Clomid and I did not work well together. Femera and I do work well together, but haven't had a pregnancy yet. Ovidril (trigger shot) does the job, and prometrium also does the job.
Taking this for excessive bleeding. It's working and the bleeding has stopped but starting to feel the side effects now. Overall, it gets the job done though.
A specialty pharmacy can distribute prescription medications that are either high cost, high complexity, or require more instruction to administer. Most medications for fertility procedures must be purchased from a specialty pharmacy.
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