i find it difficult getting pregnant
Pregnancy - does bromergon and clomid helps in fertility?
Question posted by mercy obojeghren on 13 April 2012
Last updated on 13 April 2012 by Anonymous
Clomid helps with male fertility in those with hypogonadism, and triggers a cascading hormonal sleight of hand which results in ovulation in females, so yes, it does so long as your body is producing fertile eggs when it produces them. Of course this is not always the result, as it does disrupt the natural system of female cycle by causing the body to misread levels of certain hormones and therefore produce an excess thinking there is a deficit to fill. This can cause spontaneous abortion and possible difficulties with proper insemination because, well, hormones are the most volatile, messy, specific to individual, and dangerous chemical we can play with in our bodies.
Bromergon won't help you if your in the US because it's not approved for use, but it also treats problems of low fertility (and benign masts in breast tissue). It's mechanism of action is irrelevant because you will unlikely be able to try it out anyway.
- Clomid uses and safety info
- Clomid information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side effects of Clomid (detailed)
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