Testosterone Health: Clomid Treatment Plan
Hello from Roman! This page contains your treatment plan. Be sure to take your time and read everything below, as well as the package insert included with your medication.
Learning as much as you can about your condition will help you know the questions to ask your doctors and make your relationships that much more productive. It is also essential for you to understand the potential risks and benefits of your treatment.
Roman now is an added asset to your healthcare team. Keep your doctor informed. If you experience any of the following, log into your member account to contact your Roman provider:
The medication doesn’t work or becomes less effective over time
You experience side effects
Your health status changes or you experience new symptoms
You are prescribed new medications or change how you are taking any of your existing medications
You have been prescribed Clomid® (clomiphene citrate) for the treatment of low testosterone. Follow your healthcare provider’s specific instructions for your individual dosing, since your specific dose and how often you take it may vary. One typical regimen to start is half a tablet (25 mg) every other day.
Potential side effects include mood changes, breast tenderness, low sex drive, and visual abnormalities, including blurry vision, double vision, and rarely blindness. Tell your provider if you experience any of these side effects or other effects that you think may be due to the medication.
As part of your treatment monitoring, you will undergo a series of blood tests to make sure the treatment is working for you (to improve your symptoms and increase your testosterone level).
People who should NOT take Clomid include those with hypersensitivity or allergy to clomiphene citrate, intracranial (brain) lesions or tumors, pituitary gland tumors, liver disease, uncontrolled thyroid disease, uncontrolled adrenal dysfunction. Tell your provider if you have any of these conditions.