Guide
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¬ęClomid" is indicated for the induction of ovulation, causing female infertility.The drug stimulates the production of prolactin, FSH (follikostimuliruyuschego hormone) and OOP (luteinizing hormone).As adjunctive therapy drug is used as a means of primary and secondary amenorrhea.It showed the drug to be effective in treating the syndrome Stein-Leventhal (polycystic), oligomenorrhea, galactorrhea, Chiari syndrome, androgen deficiency and Fromelya.In some cases, a drug prescribed for the treatment of male infertility, if the patient has the appropriate indications.
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drug is assigned a doctor after the hormonal tests and identify the causes of infertility, which should correspond to a "Clomid".Duration of treatment facilities varies dependin
g on the ovarian response to the assigned treatment.
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Women with infertility in the background is no violation of the menstrual cycle, can take the drug for 3-5 day cycle.On day 3, the drug is taken, if the symptom appears early ovulation.For the treatment of amenorrhea method of "Clomid" You can start on any day.
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The drug can be taken in two schemes, according to the relevant regulations of the doctor.According to the first receiving circuit is performed for 5 days at 1 tablet a day.In the course of treatment is carried out constant monitoring of ovarian response by laboratory tests.
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second scheme is applied in the event that the initial treatment did not produce the desired results.On the 5th day of the menstrual cycle later appointed 2 tablets per day (10 receptions for the course).In the absence of ovulation treatment is repeated once more.Then you need to interrupt therapy for a period of 3 months and repeat the procedure.If, after such therapy ovulation has not occurred, the doctor may be considered an alternative version of the appointment of the drug.
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For the treatment of polycystic agent is appointed on 1 tablet per day.In the treatment of oligospermia in men the drug is taken 1-2 times a day for 6 weeks.In the course of therapy is necessary to conduct regular monitoring of the patient's sperm through semen.