Thanks for your query.
Siphene is clomiphene
It is a medication that stimulates the ovaries to produce egg follicles.
it is given to patients who have difficulties in regular menstruation
It is sometimes given to patients with unexplained infertility
to increase chances of conception.
Before starting siphene, the following should be done :
1. Partner's semen analysis
status and documentation of ovulation status
3. Assessment of fallopian tubes - ideally with laparoscopy
, instead of HSG
You could go for one cycle of natural planning with follicular monitoring.
If ovulation is not proved, you can then consider taking siphene.
It does have its side effects, but it is indicated if required.
It does not impair your ability to conceive naturally, unless there is some pre existent problem.