Serophene is a drug commonly used to treat infertility in child bearing women. It works by stimulating the secretion of hormones that trigger ovulation (release of the ovum/ egg) which therefore increases chances of fertilization. In other words, it is an ovulatory stimulant. As is evident, women who have a primary pituitary or ovarian failure shouldn’t use the medication.
How to use Serophene
Serophene should be taken orally and as prescribed by a doctor/ pharmacist. Keep in mind to adhere to the prescription. Anything contrary to this compromises the drug’s effectiveness. Do not take serophene for longer than the dosage period. In fact, this shouldn’t extend to more than 6 cycles. Still on the same note, you should not take serophene medication if you have the following:
- if you are allergic to any of the ingredients listed on the manufacturer’s information leaflet.
- if you are expecting a baby
- if you suffer from abnormal vaginal bleeding
- if you either have ovarian cysts (refers to small growths in the ovary) or an enlargement not caused by PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome)
- if you have a brain lesion, liver problems, problems with the adrenal gland and an controlled thyroid
Contact your doctor for advise on this
When you order serophene online remember that you can take the drug with or without food. Ovulation normally occurs after 5 -10 days . For good results, ensure that you and your partner time sexual intercourse to concide with this “fertile” period. If you do not notice any signs that suggest you have conceived after 3 consecutive menstrual cycles then you are advised to try a different alternative. Long-term use of serophene is not recommended. Contact your pharmacist if you miss your dose. Don’t try to make up for it by doubling up your dose. Serophene medication should only be used by persons to whom it is prescribed for. Do not share it even if you didn’t use it. Instead, learn of how you can store it or dispose it. Store it in a cool, dry place away from sunlight and out of reach of children. Your doctor will advise and answer all your questions you may have regarding the use of serophene medication.
Side effects of using Serophene medication
Serophene is a drug like any other so users should expect to experience some side effects. These are the common ones:
- stomach upset
- breast tenderness
- blurred vision, flashes
These normally go away after a few days. However if they persist seek medical attention. Using serophene increases the chance of s myopic pregnancy so be prepared to be constantly checking your weight, pulse rate, going through pelvic exams and checking of hormonal levels. For those keen on multiple births ( twins, triplets etc) then serophene has been known to increase such cases.
Order Serophene medication online
Once your doctor gives you the greenlight to use serophene medication, you can order for it online. Go to your browser, click on the online pharmacy’s catalogue. Add to your cart and check out. Wait for a few hours (or days) and your package gets delivered. Remember to stick to the prescribed dosage.