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thread: * Clomid

  1. #19
    dolphin22 Guest

    Hey Liz,

    The laparoscopy was a little painful, but the pain only lasted about 3-4 days. Once the pain went was when i was up and doing things. Im a sook when it comes to stuff like that, i almost fainted while having a shower because of the blood and stuff, i had to have my boyfriend there with me..lol but you will be fine.

    Cindy


  2. #20

    Hi Liz.

    I have had two laps the day following the laps I spent the day in bed, but was up on my feet the following day and was back to work within the week.

    Love :hbeat:

  3. #21
    zoe Guest

    Hi Liz,

    I'm a bit the same as you and I never even take panadol but after 2 yrs ttc I finally went on clomid. I was on 50mg and on the first cycle I O'd but didn't happen but on the second month it did. It all worked very well I would say!! So there is hope out there and I know there are risks but for me they were worth the risk. Good luck with your decision!
    Zoe.

  4. #22
    BellyBelly Member

    Sep 2004
    1,551

    I was on Clomid for 12 cycles with a 3 month break in between. Thoughout I did O, so it was successful for me there, however I did not fall pg in that time.

    I did have pretty bad side effects, but if it works it is worth them.

    Best of Luck!



    KeenAs

  5. #23
    Angela80 Guest

    on Clomid

    Hi there,

    I have just started taking Clomid. I did the five day and am now on day three after the pills. Day five is when I should be ovulating and (hopefully) getting pregnant.

    You need to take it for five consecutive days, same time each day, starting on either day 3, 4 or 5 of your period. You may experience hot flashes, crazy emotions and dizziness.

    I am hoping to conceive. I am 26 and have been married for 3 years and last November unfortunately miscarried for many reasons (I was on the pill and taking acne medication, and had x-rays).

    Good luck - I will let you know if I am blessed with a pregnancy.

  6. #24
    BellyBelly Member

    Mar 2005
    Melbourne
    656

    Thanks!! It actually looks as if taking progesterone for 10 days did the trick as well. I had progesterone for 10 days and then got a period about 2 days after that. I am also charting, and it looks as if I have ovulated (if I am doing it right) 6 days after end of period. I don't really know where the clomid would fit in, but like I said I think that is a little way off yet. Will keep you updated!
    Hey AW. That's great. If you ovulated you won't need to take clomid as clomid only helps with people who don't ovulate on their own (or who ovulate irregularly). Good for you!

  7. #25
    BellyBelly Life Member

    Nov 2003
    1,861

    Wow, this thread's a bit of a blast from the past LOL! Can't believe that was over 2 years ago now! I actually ended up conceiving on that 1st cycle of clomid and, as you can see by my ticker, now have a gorgeous little boy.

    Angela, good luck with the Clomid! Hope to be hearing of a BFP from you soon!

  8. #26
    Angela80 Guest

    Thanks Angel

    Hi Angel,

    Thanks for your reply. I'm so pleased to hear it only took you one cycle to conceive. I've been praying constantly that I will be able to conceive this first cycle - to the point that my tummy quivers every time I think about it!

  9. #27
    BellyBelly Life Subscriber

    Feb 2005
    Sydney
    2,597

    Hi Girls

    I just wanted to wish you luck, I used Clomid and also Metformin. Clomid I took 50mg from day 2 to day 6 and ovulated on day 16.. I concieved first cycle but miscarried then specialist asked me to take Clomid with Metformin to fix my progesterone levels.. and we were successful on the 4th cycle!

    Have you checked out the thread TTC with Metformin/Clomid? (sorry I dont know how to attach link )

    Best wishes girls.

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