Clomiphene vs Tamoxifen

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This medication is used to treat infertility in women. It works by stimulating an increase in the amount of hormones that support the growth and release of a mature egg (ovulation). This medication is not recommended for women whose ovaries no longer make eggs properly (primary pituitary or ovarian failure).Tamoxifen is used to treat breast cancer that has spread to other parts of the body (metastatic breast cancer), to treat breast cancer in certain patients after surgery and radiation therapy, and to reduce the chances of breast cancer in high-risk patients.
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CrossingFingers | 15.08.13
For one: reading the reviews. It's different for everyone. For two: I read you can't be on clomid for more than 6 months. For 3: Are you having sex with your DH "At least" every other day? For four: Please don't review on something you just took today for the first time ever. Review the product after you have finished. I'm only on my first cycle, because of PCOS. We have been TTC for a year with no luck. Blood work and such are all normal, besides my PCOS. DR put me on Clomid (5 day dose) says to have sex every other day. Well, my DH is a happy man as he gets it everyday. We are fully into this trying to conceive and will do what it takes. I feel the cramps, but it's not a big deal, as they are ovulation cramps. I'm excited to be starting this adventure. As of now, I can say the drug is doing it's job; it's making me ovulate. So 5 stars all the way across. Again everybody will have a different experience. Good luck to all.
nishi | 10.07.13
i am going to take this tablet , my Dr has suggested me to take this tablet on my 3rd periods date to alternate day , is it safe? am little beet worried, could anybody share his experience with me?
LadyTi | 07.04.12
I am on my 2nd go round w/clomid 50mg my doc has now added metformin to assist hope something works we get excited when my pms systems kick-in only to be upset looking forward to conceiving!
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blessedteacher | 13.06.13
I had a Stage 1 tumor. Only had to have lumpectomy, sentinel node, and 33 radiation treatments. I have been on Tamoxifen since March of 2011. Being of menopausal age, the night sweats I had previously became much worse. My oncologist recommended Effexor, which has helped with moods. However, I get up each morning achy, with pain in my knees and legs,sometimes my hands. Physically, I feel worse tha ...
Pam | 07.06.13
Started taking it 2 months after my bi lateral masectomy and 13 lymph nodes removal...Starting voimitng or feeling like I had to every morning...Once i vomit I felt immediately better..I could of handle that...It was the severe depression that made me go off the drug..Hard to function on a daily routine....My Va jj felt like a raisin..forget about feeling sexy or even the desire was difficult to f ...
Grace | 24.05.13
After being diagnosed with stage one ductal carcinoma of the breast last June, I proceeded to radiation therapyThe lesion was small 6mm, and no lymph node involvement.They put me on a total Estrogen blocker, which I could not tolerate.Then in Dec.2012 I was put on Tamoxifen.I was totally miserable and wiped out.Prior to treatment I had been positive and so grateful my cancer had been cau ...
guest | 01.04.13
I've had some hot flashes,however it's the irregular periods, which are very heavy, which are caused by a thick lining forming on my uterus, which is giving me a hard time. I have also experienced some blood clotting.
linda lou | 06.03.13
6 months of this drug gave me severe depression. I had to get off drug because of the negative depresssion. See DR in 3 wks; it did not agree with me.