Clomiphene Citrate – 50 mg
Packing: 3 x 10 Blister
Omifert tablets contains clomiphene citrate. It is SERM i.e selective estrogen receptor modulator which mainly reverse anovulation and causes ovulation induction. It is a non steroidal antiestrogen.
The medical information on this website is provided as an information resource only. The information on this website is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider or a medical practitioner in understanding any information or in applying information that you might have come across, on this website. Please note that it dangerous to take any medication without doctor’s prescription or professional advice from a registered health practitioner. Do not use this information in place of a visit, consultation or advice of your healthcare providers.
- Ovulary dysfunction in women desiring for pregnancy
- PCOS patients (polycystic ovary syndrome)
- Patient with difficulty in getting pregnant
50mg daily for five days . Increasing in dose can only be for those patients who do not ovulate in response to the drug administered. The dose can be started any time in women without uterine bleeding.
The drug produces its pharmacological action by stimulating the release of gonadotropin, FSH and LH which causes maturation and development of ovulation and ovarian follicle which causes subsequent development of corpus luteum which leads to pregnancy.
After oral administration the drug is directly absorbed by the gastro-intestinal tract.
The drug is well distributed in the body by enterohepatic recirculation and it is stored in body fat. The metabolism of the drug takes place in liver.
The drug follows billiary excretion and also through feces.
- In patients with abnormal genital bleeding
- Pregnant patient
- Ovarian cyst other than caused by PCOS
- Thyroid and adrenal dysfunction
- Use of this drug can reduce lactation
- Not to be used in nursing mothers
- Can cause allergy
- Patients with liver disease
- Abnormal vaginal bleeding
- During pregnancy