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Men Taking Clomid
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Can you take Clomid (clomiphene) and soy isoflavones together? 50 mg Clomid (clomiphene) and 50 mg soy isoflavones?
Hard to say for sure: soy isoflavones are not regulated by the FDA like estrogen, so it is difficult to know if they will interfere with your clomid (clomiphene). I would stop them while on clomid (clomiphene) and just take more soy in your diet like soy milk or soy based foods like edamame ...Read more
None for most men: Clomiphene citrate is an estrogen antagonist. For women who are estrogen dominant, this can cause multiple side effects as the Clomiphene shifts the estrogen to androgen (male hormone) balance away from the estrogen. In men, shifting that same balance away from estrogen and toward the androgens is not a problem as men are naturally androgen dominant. Most men have virtually no side effects. ...Read more
Progesterone level 3.6 drawn day 20 took Clomid (clomiphene) day 5-9 did I ovulate Clomid (clomiphene) 150 mg?
Ttc no female ferility issues, partner low sperm count. Prescribed clomid (clomiphene). How does that benefit if ovulating every month? Worth taking it?
Post "Cycle" Therapy: From what I have researched people seem to be of the belief that nolvadex is a superior anti-estrogen but clomid (clomiphene) is better at restoring testicular function so some people use both. I do not recommend any of these medications and believe old fashion exercise and natural body building without any supplemental medications is the most healthy approach! ...Read more
Depends!!!: Every guy is different. First, you need functional testes. Let's say your t is low because you had mumps orchitis when you were young. Or had testicular injury due to torsion. Perhaps an orchiectomy. If so, then Clomiphene won't work to increase natural t production. Assuming otherwise normal testicular function, some men need more while others need less. Plan to check your levels before ; after. ...Read more
Can adding hCG shots while taking femara (letrozole) for infertility improve the chances of conceiving?
Clomid (clomiphene): Clomid (clomiphene) is given to men in an attempt to increase their sperm count. Special care needs to be taken to follow their testosterone levels. Unfortunately Clomid (clomiphene) is not consistent when given to the men in that it may increase their sperm count but i've also have seen it lower their sperm count or not change it at all. ...Read more
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