Feeling sick on second cycle of 50mg of clomid is this normal. Was a day late thinking that I could be preg but today I think Im starting period which makes today very depressing. Have been ttc for 4 years no luck. baby dust to all xx
I'm on my 3rd cycle of 100mg clomid and it makes me feel sick. It also extended my cycle length by 6 days. I've been ttc for 8 years with only 1 year with help from my Gyno.
Good luck hun!
I'm due in 4 days for my period or posative results. Fingers crossed xx
this is also my first day second round of 50 MG clomid and i am very sick today and i also miscarried at 6 weeks but that was a while ago it actually killed my ovary and they are trying to get it to work again and the clomid actually worked so i am excited! hope that you feel better and fingers crossed for you both!!!
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