So I took clomid last week and this week is my ovulation/ baby making time and I've noticed since I've taken the clomid I'm not hungry, I make myself eat! Also I've noticed my legs are very sore like I've ran 100 miles, then the past 3 days cramps on and off n my stomach is also very sore and I feel pressure at certain times....questions is....is this stuff from the clomid? Me ovulating? Or the first night we has sex I got pregnant and it's implanting already???? I've never felt like this before!! Thanks answers or opinion would be great!!! Just feel like crap the last 3 days!
so I guess all that cramping, etc was really the making of a beanie!! So exciting! I'm taking clomid right now and am CRAZY bloated and sore and my legs feel tired. Appetite is pretty much the same. I don't remember feeling like this the last time I took clomid 2yrs ago... but I took clomid 50, this time was clomid 100.
How come you took clomid? What dose did you take? what cd did you take it? Were you monitored, if so, how many eggs did you produce?
So many questions! :)
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