Clomid 100 mg
Clomid (clomiphene) is supposed to be taken only by women diagnosed with infertility if the woman obtained negative pregnancy test results before starting the treatment. An overdose of Clomid must be reported to your local emergency center as soon as possible to prevent the situation from getting worse. The following symptoms may indicate an overdose: stomach swelling, visual spots or flashes, stomach pain, hot flashes, upset stomach, vomiting, and blurred vision. Make sure you take Clomid exactly as prescribed and take the missed dose as soon as possible unless it's almost time for the next one. In that case you can skip the dose missed and go back to the regular dosing schedule. Side effects of Clomid are the following ones: flushing, breast discomfort, diarrhea, abnormal uterine bleeding, breast tenderness, nausea, headache, blurred vision, and vomiting. They may vary in intensity depending on each particular situation, but it's recommended to keep on taking Clomid if the side effect mentioned can be tolerated. Clomid should be taken for 5 days only and most women find it acceptable to tolerate the side effects taking Clomid as prescribed.