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Clomiphene citrate and clomiphene heva some basic difference

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Clomiphene citrate tablets and clomiphene citrate are the same drugs with different names. Clomiphene citrate tablets are suitable for inducing ovulation in women under the following conditions:

1. Hypothalamic pituitary dysfunction [including polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)

2. Induce the development of multiple follicles in women undergoing superovulation by in vitro fertilization (IVF). When engaging in the treatment of infertility, the medication should be guided by the clinician.

Below, the author will introduce you some points for attention when using clomiphene citrate tablets:

Excessive excitement: 1. Hypothalamic pituitary dysfunction (including PCOS); at the recommended dose, the clinically obvious incidence of hyperexcitability is low, but the dosage regimen needs to be adjusted when the ovaries are excessively clomid steroid- Oasis

2. Superovulation for assisted conception technology: For patients undergoing superovulation, by sucking out all the follicles, the incidence of hyperexcitability can be minimized.

Visual symptoms: If there are visual symptoms, such as blur, shadows, or flash vision (rare blind spots), the drug should be discontinued. If the patient's vision is adversely affected, he should not drive or operate machinery.

Multiple pregnancy: Hypothalamic pituitary dysfunction or PCOS; the incidence of multiple pregnancy after treatment is 8%, among which twins account for 90%. The multiple birth rate after assisted conception surgery is related to the number of follicles/embryos implanted.

For other endocrine diseases, such as hypothyroidism, adrenal cortex deficiency, hyperprolactinemia or pituitary tumors and any other possible infertility.

The cause of the disease should be given appropriate treatment. Couples undergoing ovulation induction should provide acceptable sperm analysis.