Each tablet contains Clomiphene Citrate BP 25 mg
Each tablet contains Clomiphene Citrate BP 50 mg
Each tablet contains Clomiphene Citrate BP 100 mg
Clomid induces ovulation in selected anovulatory women.
Clomid can be prescribed to make an irregularly ovulating woman ovulate regularly.
The fertile period can be known in advance and coitus can thus be timed accordingly.
In women having a menstrual cycle with a short luteal phase, pregnancy does not occur in spite of ovulation and fertilization.
Clomid rectifies this by increasing the levels of progesterone.
Other Gynaecological Disorders
Clomid is useful in the treatment of oligomenorrhoea, dysfunctional uterine bleeding, amenorrhoea, post-pill amenorrhoea, Stein-Leventhal syndrome (polycystic ovarian diseases), and Chiari Frommel syndrome.
Clomid increases spermatogenesis and is useful in oligospermia and asthenospermia.
One tablet of Clomid-50 daily for five days starting on the fifth day of the menstrual cycle.
If ovulation does not appear to have occurred, a second course of two tablets of Clomid-50 daily (in a single dose) for five days should be given starting from the fifth day of the next cycle.
A third treatment cycle may follow, with dosage regimens that are similar to the second.
An interval of 30 days should be maintained between consecutive courses.
In amenorrhoeic patients, the regimen is identical, but treatment can be started on any day.
A dose of one tablet of Clomid-25 daily for 25 days followed by a rest period of five days for three months.
Clomid is contraindicated if you have any of the following conditions:
Liver disease or history of liver dysfunction, in those with abnormal bleeding of undetermined origin, in patients with neoplastic diseases of the genital tract.
Because the drug may adversely affect the human foetus, it is absolutely contraindicated in pregnancy.
- Blister pack of 10 tablets,
- Blister pack of 5 tablets.