There are no known drug interactions with Clomid (see Clomid Drug Interactions for more information).
Talk with your healthcare provider prior to taking Clomid if you have:
- Thyroid or adrenal problems
- A brain tumor
- Ovarian cysts
- Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS)
- Liver disease, including liver failure or cirrhosis
- Abnormal menstrual bleeding (abnormal periods)
- Any allergies, including allergies to foods, dyes, or preservatives.
Also, let your healthcare provider know if you:
- Are pregnant or may be pregnant (see Clomid and Pregnancy)
- Are breastfeeding.
Tell your healthcare provider about all other medicines you may be taking, including prescription and non-prescription medicines, vitamins, and herbal supplements.
(Click Clomid Warnings and Precautions to learn more, including information on who should not take the drug.)
People who take too much Clomid may have overdose symptoms that could include:
- Upset stomach (nausea)
- Hot flashes
- Blurred vision or other vision problems
- Enlarged ovaries (which may cause abdominal or pelvic pain).
If you happen to overdose on the drug, seek immediate medical attention.
(Click Clomid Overdose for more information.)