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What is the use of Clomifene Citrate tablets IP ?

what is the work of Clomifene Citrate tablets IP (Clofert 50) and Because i am use this table from last 2-3 days, that s sagest by My dr. or what is the side effect for this tablet. how is the work this tab. or is good or not. Regards Nishra
Asked On : Tue, 3 May 2011
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Hello Nisha;
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Clomiphene is used in females who have anovulatory cycles (no formation of egg) in females .It acts and induces ovulation(egg formation).In case of infertility because of anovulatory cycles it helps produce ovum and there by giving chance to bear child .Please follow as advised by your doctor.Some side effects are hot flushes;breast tenderness;dry skin;nausea;vomiting;blurred vision;multiple pregnancy;but these side effects are seen in a very small number of females getting treated with clomiphene so don't worry.
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