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Were you looking for information about Clomid? Clomed is a common misspelling of Clomid.
Clomid® is a medication that can be prescribed for the treatment of infertility in women. By causing an egg to mature and be released from the ovaries, the medicine can help women who do not normally ovulate become pregnant. Clomid, which comes in a 50 mg tablet that is taken once a day for five days during the menstrual cycle, should be taken at the same time each day to maintain even drug levels in your blood. Potential side effects of the medication may include hot flashes, breast pain, vision changes, and enlargement of the ovaries.
(Click Clomid for more information about the benefits and risks of using Clomid, details on when and how to take the medicine, and a more complete list of possible side effects to look out for.)
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