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Synonyms for clomiphene

a fertility drug (trade name Clomid) that is used to stimulate ovulation and that has been associated with multiple births

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Adding the phytoestrogen Cimicifugae Racemosae to clomiphene induction cycles with timed intercourse in polycystic ovary syndrome improves cycle outcomes and pregnancy rates-a randomized trial.
The findings suggested that active acupuncture, with or without Clomiphene compared to control acupuncture and placebo medication did not increase live births.
IUI and ovarian stimulation with gonadotropins is offered to patients with PCOS who are resistant to or have failed to achieve pregnancy with clomiphene citrate (CC), and cumulative live birth rates up to 71% are reported to be achieved in patients with PCOS.
He complained of symptoms of hypo-androgenism and was subsequently started on clomiphene citrate (CC) 25 mg orally every other day, but at the patient's request he remained on finasteride.
The control group was treated with metformin plus clomiphene, based on which the observation group was also subjected to lifestyle adjustment.
Javedani, "An assessment of lifestyle modification versus medical treatment with clomiphene citrate, metformin, and clomiphene citrate-metformin in patients with polycystic ovary syndrome," Fertility and Sterility, vol.
2% with letrozole (Femara) versus 43% with clomiphene (P = .
Conclusion: Letrozole is more effective than clomiphene citrate in the treatment of anovulatory infertility.
According to the company, Androxal is a single isomer of clomiphene citrate and an orally active proprietary small molecule compound.
Large randomized trial data show that, although letrozole is a safe treatment, the live-birth rate was lower with it than with clomiphene or gonadotropin treatment
The infertility caused is usually treated with clomiphene (Clomid).
Partial contents of volume 2, number 2 (Fall 2014): "Cycling Together: Menstrual Synchrony as a Projection of Gendered Solidarity," by Breanne Fahs, Jax Gonzalez, Rose Coursey, & Stephanie Robinson-Cestaro; "'Crazy Woman Juice': Making Sense of Women's Infertility Treatment with Clomiphene," by Ophra Leyser-Whalen; "Mexican-American Mothers' Perceptions regarding Vaccinating Their Daughters against HPV and Recommended Strategies to Promote Vaccine Uptake," by Meghan B.
It represents a supraphysiological response to ovarian stimulation, and is usually associated with the administration of exogenous gonadotropins, and very rarely with clomiphene citrate.