Okay, finally got AF! So starting Clomid round 2 in a couple days. I had a question - would it be bad to have a glass a wine (one) the same evening I am taking a Clomid pill? Do you think it would make any difference on the drugs effects or anything?
I was never told not to. I have continued drinking while on it and no effect. Did get a bfp last cycle, but was a chemical. I think sometimes drinking helps getting pg, lol. The only times I got bfps were when I was drinking, hehehe
I too received af and am starting Round 2 of Clomid this week. I did not read all of the fine print when I picked up my script. but what I did read did not mention alcohol.... I told my husband the evening that I got af, that I was having a real Coke and a glass of wine!!! HA! Live it up !! HA!
Yep I just enjoyed my one can of Coors Light - don;t wanna overdue it - but it was a nice treat! I don't have to start Clomid til Thurs, so may treat myself for a while, sure takes the stress away! And then friends aren't wondering, "I wonder why she isn't drinking....?"
I know!! Last week furing the tww, I was in Chicago with a friend. Our hotel had a free cocktail hour every night...my friend could not understand why I was not drinking for free!!! I was ordering waters and Sprites. If I had only known...... Oh well!
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