Infertility is when a couple cannot conceive a child, or carry a child full term, within a time frame of six months to a year of having regular, unprotected sex. There are many factors to infertility that could be caused by a number of reasons, affecting both the male or female involved. Female fertility peaks at age 24 and starts to diminish after the age of thirty and male fertility peaks at 25 and begins to decline after 40. The most common problem that women face is ovulatory problems, while for men, the most common problem is deficiencies in the semen. The most frustrating cause of infertility is doctors not being able to find a concrete problem. Infertility comes with very limited symptoms, the most obvious symptom is not getting pregnant. If you and your partner are experiencing problems with getting pregnant, it is advised to visit with your primary physician to perform further testing.
There are many treatments that can help with infertility. For women, if you are not experiencing primary pituitary or ovarian failure, a medication called Clomid may be useful to you. Clomid is a daily, oral pill used for infertility in women. It stimulates an increase of hormones to support ovulation (the growth and release of a mature egg). Dosage is based on your medical conditions and from the results of therapy according to your doctor. Recording your body temperature, taking ovulation tests, and properly scheduling sexual intercourse may be advised from your physician. Side effects include but not limited to: bloating, upset stomach, hot flashes, headaches, tenderness in the breasts or dizziness. If any of these symptoms worsen, it is advised to contact your physician. Although rare, serious side effects may occur. If you experience vision changes, any symptoms of Ovarian Hyperstimulation syndrome (severe bloating, rapid weight gain, severe stomach pains, shortness in breath, decrease in urination) while taking or after stopping Clomid seek medical attention immediately. Allergic reactions are rare while taking Clomid, seeking medical attention is necessary if you are experiencing any sudden rashes, swelling, severe dizziness or trouble breathing occurs. Clomid should not be taken if you have certain medical conditions, it is important to discuss these with your doctor. If you have ovarian cysts, enlarged ovaries, abnormal bleeding, liver disease, brain tumor, or thyroid conditions Clomid may not be for you. Only you and your primary physician can decide if Clomid is the best choice for you to become pregnant.
How to get Clomid in Australia
Obtaining Clomid in Australia is easy and stress-free. You can purchase Clomid on many different websites with most major credit cards in a secure and discreet way. You do not need a prescription to buy Clomid online. Clomid is available in 100mg ($0.82 per pill), 50mg ($0.69 per pill) and 25mg ($0.52 per pill). There are also many websites that offer a generic form of the drug Clomid for an even more inexpensive price. As always, buyer beware of generic pills, they could have different ingredients that may cause additional reactions or not have the right amount of active ingredients to be effective.