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Clomid â Side-Effects, Safety and Recall Information




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... in an ongoing study, early results suggest that fertility in some patients with ovarian cysts may be enhanced when Clomid is combined with a medication used to treat diabetes ... more

According to the FDA's data on Clomid®*, side-effects are not common, but they can occur. Tell your doctor if any of these side-effects are severe or do not go away:

  • side-effects of menopause (hot flashes)
  • stomach pain

  • headache

  • upset stomach

  • vomiting

  • If you experience any of the following side-effects, call your doctor immediately:

  • blurred vision

  • dizziness

  • lightheadedness

  • *Clomidâ, used to induce ovulation (egg production) in females who do not produce ova (eggs) but wish to become pregnant, is manufactured by Hoechst Marion Roussel. The active ingredient is clomiphene.





     

    Disclaimer: The information presented here is not meant to be medical advice nor to act as a substitute for medical advice. Serious side-effects, including death, could result if one were to take any prescription medicine without the supervision of a physician.



    Copyright 2003, Thomas Manaugh, PhD