Taken in pill form between days two and six of your cycle, Clomid indirectly stimulates the ovaries into producing eggs. It is used to stimulate and/or regulate ovulation (for example, if you have polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)).
Mood swings, psychological / emotional side effects Hot flashes Abdominal discomfort Visual disturbances Ovarian cyst formation Nausea Thinning of the uterine endometrial lining Reduced production of cervical mucous
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.
Rox San Pharmacy
Elwyn Specialty Care
MDR Pharmaceutical Care
Village Fertility Pharmacy
Ambulatory Care Pharmacy
Glen Rock Medical Pharmacy
Avella Specialty Pharmacy
Mandell's Clinical Pharmacy
Freedom Fertility Pharmacy
I have PCOS. We tried to conceive for years before we went on Clomiphene I got pregnant on the 3rd month.
Worked the first time!
Worked when we got pregnant with our daughter after taking it for only 2 cycles, but for baby #2 I have taken 4 rounds and still haven't gotten pregnant. Moving on to Femara
I have PCOS and used it to get pregnant with my daughter, got pregnant the first month. Trying for #2 and probably going to use it again.
Currently on 5th round at 150mg. First two rounds were at 100mg. I have unexplained infertility, regular cycles, and ovulate regularly. No BFP yet but my body has responded well on this product producing at least 2 mature follicles each cycle. The worst side effects I experienced were hot flashes and in the latter months, insomnia too. GL
43yrs old. Just finished a 3rd IUI with Clomid on Cd5-9, hoping third time is the charm. No pregnancies yet, onto the TWW. Experienced wicked headaches and mood swings.
It did make me throw up but was worth it.