Clomid is a drug that is used for the ovulation stimulation (induction). Clomid in Australia can be purchased by women, who fail to get pregnant (GP) and want to take an effective medicine to treat infertility.
Ovulation induction is aimed at the formation of a single dominant follicle and release of one egg in a single menstrual cycle. Maturation of more than two follicles increases the risk of multiple pregnancy and ovarian hyperstimulation.
The action mechanism of Clomid is based on its ability to block the action of estrogens on the hypothalamus and pituitary gland. The active ingredient Clomiphene is a biologically active substance (antiestrogen), which is used to stimulate the maturation of ovarian follicles.
Under the influence of Clomid, the hypothalamus increases the production of gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) and, thus, increases the production of gonadotropins in the anterior pituitary gland. As a result of gonadotropins action on the ovaries, the normal function of the ovaries is restored and ovulation takes place.
After the ingestion, Clomid is well absorbed in the gastrointestinal tract. Optimum therapeutic concentrations in blood plasma are achieved on the 5-6th day of regular Clomid use.
Each Clomid tablet contains 50 mg of the active substance Clomiphene. Clomid purchase in Australia will require a prescription of the attending physician. If Clomid cost seems too high, women, who do not have time to visit a health professional, can buy Clomid online at a reduced price.
Simultaneously with Clomid therapy, you should regularly monitor the ovarian response though clinical and laboratory tests. Women with a regular menstrual cycle can take one Clomid tablet daily, starting from the 5th day of the cycle. If ovulation does not take place after 5 days of regular Clomid administration, you should apply another regimen of infertility treatment.
You can take 2 Clomid tablets per day starting from day 5 of the next menstrual cycle. If no ovulation occurs 5 days later, you can repeat the same dosing scheme during the next menstrual cycle.
If a woman fails to induce ovulation during 3 consecutive menstrual cycles, the use of Clomid is interrupted for 3 months. If ovulation does take place, yet no pregnancy occurs, Clomid can be taken within 6 menstrual cycles in a row.
Despite the fact that Clomid is only used to treat infertility in women, many people use this drug for other purposes. For example, some athletes and bodybuilders of Australia use Clomid for Post Cycle Therapy (PCT).
The use of anabolic steroids and prohormones disrupts the hormonal balance in the bodybuilder’s body. Although several clinical studies have confirmed the positive effect of Clomid on the hormonal balance, the drug has not yet been approved for use as a PCT.
Clomid became the first Clomiphene brand and the first drug to be used in reproductive medicine. The drug is used to increase fertility in women since 1967. In Australia, Clomid got a marketing authorization on July 8, 1991. The Australian drug supplier is the pharmaceutical company Sanofi-Aventis.
According to the TGA, Sanofi-Aventis suspended the drug manufacture due to production problems. A temporary shortage of Clomid in Australian pharmacies is expected in the first half of 2017. It is assumed that the production of the medicine will be resumed on June 30, 2017. Women, who have difficulty finding a cure for infertility, can legally order Clomid in online pharmacies.
A woman, who takes Clomid, can plan a trip abroad. You can easily take Clomid out of Australia, if the carriage conditions satisfy the customs compliance:
For more than 25 years, Clomid has been the drug of choice for the treatment of anovulatory infertility in Australia. Among many other options available for treating infertility, Clomid remains the first stage of the ovulation induction, since it provides an acceptable result and is of low cost.