Clomiphene + Coenzyme Q10 + Acetylcysteine is a combination of three medicines: Clomiphene + Coenzyme Q10 + Acetylcysteine1, Clomiphene + Coenzyme Q10 + Acetylcysteine2 and Clomiphene + Coenzyme Q10 + Acetylcysteine3 which treat female infertility. Clomiphene + Coenzyme Q10 + Acetylcysteine1 is a partial estrogen agonist which works by stimulating the release of eggs from the ovary (ovulation). Clomiphene + Coenzyme Q10 + Acetylcysteine2 is an antioxidant which protects the body from damage by chemicals (free radicals) that cause infertility. Clomiphene + Coenzyme Q10 + Acetylcysteine3 is a mucolytic. It is added to counteract the harmful effect of Clomiphene + Coenzyme Q10 + Acetylcysteine1 on the cervical mucus (protective fluid in the uterus).
Smartova 100 Combipack is used in some women who are unable to become pregnant, due to problem with ovulation (release of an egg) or have a condition called polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).
Q. How and in what dose should I take Smartova 100 Combipack?
For best results, take Smartova 100 Combipack strictly as per the advice of your doctor. The number of doses you take each day, and the duration for which you take the medicine depends on the medical problem being treated.
Q. After how many days of Smartova 100 Combipack intake should I have sex to get pregnant?
It is ideal to have sex after 5-10 days of taking Smartova 100 Combipack. However, your doctor may examine you regularly during the treatment and suggest you the best possible days.
Q. For how many cycles can I take Smartova 100 Combipack?
Your treatment with Smartova 100 Combipack may be repeated by the doctor until you get pregnant. However, the treatment can be repeated only for up to 4 menstrual cycles.
Q. What are the common side effects of using Smartova 100 Combipack?
The most common side effects associated with Smartova 100 Combipack are hot flushes (red and warm face), stomach discomfort, and breast pain. Most of these symptoms are temporary. However, if they persist, check with your doctor as soon as possible.
Information last updated by Dr. Varun Gupta, MD Pharmacology on 26th Nov 2020. The medicine details are for information purpose only. Consult a doctor before taking any medicine.