I just had my laporoscopy/hysteroscopy done to clear scar tissue and endometriosis. I have a follow up appointment in 2 weeks and we are going to start on clomid. I had a m/c in 2010 at 14 weeks, then lost twins in 2011 at 9weeks- there was blockage in my tube, scar tissue from previous csection in 2004 that pulled my ovary under my uterus and was about 3/4 covered in scar tissue that is now removed :) So DH and i are ready to ttc and pray for a healthy pregnancy and baby this time around.
Anyone else have this procedure then onto clomid with quick results? Or just in general whats your experience with Clomid. I have a friend that had this procedure done and then onto clomid- pregnant on 2nd cycle after surgery and is due in a few weeks now. So i have some hope and keeping my mind open to whatever comes my way. Just greatful to be led to a doctor that is so caring and took my side pain seriously instead of brushing it off as PMS symptom.
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