Two months ago, I had my first cycle on clomid. Last month, it was clomid plus gonal-f (FSH) and a trigger shot. This month I am taking a break. Just wondering if anyone had residual effects from fertility medications the month following and if there was anyone who got pregnant on an "off med" cycle?
just wanted to share my experience with a break cycle after 2 cycles of clomid.....i was on clomid for 2 months (100mg) and then decided to take a break..that cycle was was really long (38 days) with a lot of midcycle spotting ..I did ask my RE and he said that the hormones can get a bit imbalanced in the medicated cycles and that clomid can stay in your system for some time after you stop taking it!
I do hope this is the cycle for your BFP!!!
I got pregnant the cycle I was off Clomid and miscarried. Clomid isn't meant to be taken longer than 6 months because the side effects on your body and your unborn baby's body (should you get pregnant).
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