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Clomiphene CItrate 20mg #60 + Shipping 1 unit= 30 tabs

$144.30
Dosage Strengths of Clomiphene Citrate Capsules Compounded: 6.25, 12.5 mg, 25 mg CapsuleCommercial: 50 mg Tablet Mechanism of Action Clomiphene

Clomiphene CItrate 45mg #60 + Shipping 1 Unit= 30 tabs

$226.50
Clomiphene is a nonsteroidal fertility agent used to induce ovulation in infrequently ovulating or anovulatory women, including patients with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). The drug is effective at producing ovulation in patients with an intact hypothalamic-pituitary-ovarian axis and with ovaries that are capable of functioning normally. Clomiphene is often the first-line agent for these patients due to the relative ease of use and low economic expense. Clomiphene will induce ovulation in 80% of appropriately-chosen patients; roughly 40% will become pregnant within 6 cycles of treatment. Clomiphene is not effective at increasing pregnancy rates in women who spontaneously ovulate on a regular cycle. Clomiphene therapy is associated with only slightly increased rates of multiple births (3—5%) compared to the general population (1%). Multiple gestation, if it occurs, is usually twins. Less than 1% deliver triplets or more. The rate of multiparity with clomiphene as a single-agent is much lower than that which occurs with other fertility agents (e.g., menotropins or FSH). Clomiphene is sometimes used as a diagnostic tool to assess ovarian reserve. It is also administered to regulate the timing of ovulation in those patients receiving donor insemination. Interestingly, clomiphene has been used to increase sperm counts in male patients with idiopathic oligospermia. The FDA first approved clomiphene in 1967.

Clomiphene CItrate 50mg #60 + Shipping 1 Unit= 30 tabs

$241.50
Clomiphene is a nonsteroidal fertility agent used to induce ovulation in infrequently ovulating or anovulatory women, including patients with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). The drug is effective at producing ovulation in patients with an intact hypothalamic-pituitary-ovarian axis and with ovaries that are capable of functioning normally. Clomiphene is often the first-line agent for these patients due to the relative ease of use and low economic expense. Clomiphene will induce ovulation in 80% of appropriately-chosen patients; roughly 40% will become pregnant within 6 cycles of treatment. Clomiphene is not effective at increasing pregnancy rates in women who spontaneously ovulate on a regular cycle. Clomiphene therapy is associated with only slightly increased rates of multiple births (3—5%) compared to the general population (1%). Multiple gestation, if it occurs, is usually twins. Less than 1% deliver triplets or more. The rate of multiparity with clomiphene as a single-agent is much lower than that which occurs with other fertility agents (e.g., menotropins or FSH). Clomiphene is sometimes used as a diagnostic tool to assess ovarian reserve. It is also administered to regulate the timing of ovulation in those patients receiving donor insemination. Interestingly, clomiphene has been used to increase sperm counts in male patients with idiopathic oligospermia. The FDA first approved clomiphene in 1967.

Estradiol 1mg-2.5mg 1unit-30 tabs

Estradiol is the principal intracellular human estrogen and is substantially more active than its metabolites, estrone and estriol, at the cellular level. Estradiol can be obtained from natural sources or prepared synthetically. There is no evidence that 'natural' estrogens are more or less efficacious or safe than 'synthetic' estrogens.1 Due to almost complete first-pass metabolism, estradiol must be given in a micronized oral dosage form to ensure therapeutic effect. Esterification of estradiol to estradiol cypionate or valerate increases the parenteral duration of action of estradiol to allow for parenteral intramuscular administration. Estradiol is primarily used to prevent osteoporosis and relieve vasomotor and genitourinary symptoms associated with menopause (natural or surgical), for postmenopausal osteoporosis prevention, and is also used to treat female hypogonadism and other abnormalities of female gonadotropin dysfunction. Various estrogen products have been marketed in the U.S. since 1938. Estradiol is available in many dosage forms, including oral tablets, transdermal systems, topical emulsions, topical gels, topical sprays, vaginal creams, vaginal rings, and parenteral depot injections. Vaginal therapies are preferred in postmenopausal women with exclusive genitourinary symptoms, due to lower systemic absorption/exposure with most of these dosage forms.1 Many estradiol products have been FDA-approved since the 1990's, in accordance with the FDA's guidance to provide efficacious low-dose estrogen therapies in alternate drug delivery systems.

HCG 12000IU Kit + Shipping

$257.10
Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG) is a gonad-stimulating polypeptide hormone, which mimics LH (Luteinizing Hormone) from the pituitary gland to stimulate Leydig cells of the testes to produce testosterone and sperm. However, it shuts down LH production just like testosterone therapy. HCG is produced by the human placenta, a sterile product derived from the urine of pregnant females. When used in conjunction with testosterone replacement therapy (TRT), it can potentiate increases in estradiol, hematocrit, edema and/or acne. Latest data shows that some men on TRT with hCG were able to remain fertile. This medication will arrive in freeze-dried or 'lyophilized' form, along with bacteriostatic water and a mixing syringe to assist with reconstitution prior to injection. Administered via subcutaneous injection once the vial is mixed with diluent (Bacteriostatic water or Sodium Chloride 0.9% and mixing syringe will be provided, needles/syringes for injection are ordered separately).

HCG 12000IU kit 2 vials + shipping

$514.20
Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG) is a gonad-stimulating polypeptide hormone, which mimics LH (Luteinizing Hormone) from the pituitary gland to stimulate Leydig cells of the testes to produce testosterone and sperm. However, it shuts down LH production just like testosterone therapy. HCG is produced by the human placenta, a sterile product derived from the urine of pregnant females. When used in conjunction with testosterone replacement therapy (TRT), it can potentiate increases in estradiol, hematocrit, edema and/or acne. Latest data shows that some men on TRT with hCG were able to remain fertile. This medication will arrive in freeze-dried or 'lyophilized' form, along with bacteriostatic water and a mixing syringe to assist with reconstitution prior to injection. Administered via subcutaneous injection once the vial is mixed with diluent (Bacteriostatic water or Sodium Chloride 0.9% and mixing syringe will be provided, needles/syringes for injection are ordered separately).

HCG 6000IU Kit (#60 insulin syringe 31g 5/16)+ shipping

$157.80
Vial length varies due to dosing (a 6,000iu vial will last 24-48 days) Premixed with a stabilizer that allows up to a 6 month BUD once refrigerated

HCG 6000IU Kit 2 vials= Shipping

$299.10
Vial length varies due to dosing (a 6,000iu vial will last 24-48 days) Premixed with a stabilizer that allows up to a 6 month BUD once refrigerated