Clomid, novaldex, hcg?
can you get these at a pharmacy? and if so do you need a prescription?
Asked by Sherita Sheeran 1 year ago.
Clomifene or Clomid or Clomifert is a prescription only selective estrogen receptor modulator (SERM), used mainly in female infertility due to anovulation (e.g. due to polycystic ovary syndrome). Clomiphene citrate is marketed under various trade names including Clomid, Serophene, Milophene, etc. Nolvadex (note this is the correct way to spell it) is a prescription only orally active selective estrogen receptor modulator (SERM) that is used in the treatment of breast cancer and is currently the world's largest selling drug for that purpose. Human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) is a peptide hormone produced in pregnancy that is made by the embryo soon after conception and later by the syncytiotrophoblast (part of the placenta). hCG is also sold by presrciption only, and hCG can be extracted from urine or by genetic modification. Pregnyl, Follutein, Profasi, and Novarel use the former method, derived from the urine of pregnant women. Ovidrel, on the other hand, is a product of recombinant DNA. hCG's role is to prevent the disintegration of the corpus luteum of the ovary and thereby maintain progesterone production that is critical for a pregnancy in humans. hCG may have additional functions; for instance, it is thought that hCG affects the immune tolerance of the pregnancy. Early pregnancy testing, in general, is based on the detection or measurement of hCG. Because hCG is produced also by some kinds of tumor, hCG is an important tumor marker, but it is not known whether this production is a contributing cause or an effect of tumorigenesis. Answered by Donovan Scelba 1 year ago.
Not if you spell like that. Answered by Clarine Carles 1 year ago.