Clomid (clomiphene) is a highly efficient ovulatory intended for the treatment of female infertility. It works by stimulation the production of an egg and its release from the ovaries. This drug can be taken differently by different women - in terms of the day when they start the treatment. Some females are recommended to start Clomid on the first day of the cycles. Any other ones may receive different instructions from their health care provider. It's always important to make sure you are following all the recommendations provided and contact your health care provider if you have any questions or concerns. Make sure you inform your doctor of the fact of having ovarian cysts, abnormal vaginal bleeding, thyroid disease, pituitary tumor, uterine fibroids, adrenal disease, or liver disease, as those medical conditions may affect the success of your treatment and even make it unsafe. You may get a number of side effects, mostly mild ones, such as flushing, breast discomfort, vomiting, headache, upset stomach, or abnormal vaginal bleeding. Only in some rare cases will you get serious side effects - such as blurred vision, stomach swelling, stomach or lower stomach pain, double vision, shortness of breath, weight gain, visual spots or flashes.
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