Hello im new to this site so im going to try not to sound crazy. I have been on clomid before for six months I had no luck with it on that time. So my obgyn put me back on it again for six more months. The question I have is I take it on days 5 thur 7 when I start my monthly cycle for a couple of days I have the brown discharge then I start. Is it better to start taking it when I start the discharge or when I start bleeding? Thanks for the help
CD1 is when there is full red blood flow. I hope you have great success with this go round of Clomid. Do you have any fertilty issues that lead to being placed on Clomid? Well, best of luck. Cya on the forum again soon. Im on Youtube if you care to follow-
youtube.com/user/gamerwife09 or type in Clomid and find me in the recent upload lists.
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