General information about Promifen in Belgium
Promifen (Clomid) by Alpha-Pharma Healthcare is a nonsteroidal synthetic drug that is very similar in structure to estrogen. Promifen (Clomid) is widely used as an ovulatory stimulant. Due to its similarity to estrogen, Promifen (Clomid) can bind to estrogen receptors in the hypothalamus. This blocks the hypothalamus from "true" sensing of estrogen and the hypothalamus in turn acts by stimulating the pituitary gland to release more gonadotropins like FSH and LH. FSH and LH stimulate the ovaries/testicles to produce more estrogen/testosterone.
This property of Promifen (Clomid) has been widely used to treat women with ovarian failure and induce ovulation. However, long-term use of this drug may not be safe due to increased risk of ovarian cancer.
Features Promifen in Belgium
Promifen (Clomid) is a large molecule, which is soluble in most organic solvents like alcohol. Sodium citrate is also soluble in water. The chemical is odorless. Clomiphene comes as a 50 mg tablet. Patients who receive Promifen (Clomid) should be fully prepared for all gynecological and endocrine disorders prior to treatment.
Ovulation usually occurs 5-10 days after starting Promifen. This coitus should be timed to coincide with the expected time of ovulation. Clomid starts at 50mg/day for 5 days. This dose may be increased in women who are not ovulating.
Promifen (Clomid) is taken only once a day.Experts in the bodybuilding field suggest that it be used alone or in combination with low potency anabolic steroids. Most bodybuilders in Belgium take anabolic steroids for a few months and then switch to Clomid. Promifen (Clomid) provides the increase in testosterone and also prevents the development of breast enlargement. The exact timing of Clomid start date is not known, but it is recommended that once steroid medications are stopped, Promifen (Clomid) should be started within 7-10 days.
At the doses recommended for the short course, Promifen (Clomid) is generally safe. The majority of adverse reactions that occur are transient and disappear once treatment is stopped.
The side effects
The most common side effects are: flushing, abdominal discomfort, nausea, vomiting, breast tenderness, headache, abnormal vaginal bleeding, general tiredness, hair loss.