Hi, I've taken my second round of clomid, and we are to start TTC today, but the problem is, I'm still bleeding from my period. I've NEVER gone more than 6 or 7 days on a period, and today is day 12 and I'm still bleeding. How are we to make this work if I'm still bleeding??? This is unusual for me.
The common side effects of Clomid are mood changes, hot flashes, bloating, abdominal discomfort, headaches and nausea. Menstrual changes seen are spotting, or abnormal menstrual bleeding, as a side effect of Clomid. Prolonged periods have not been observed. Hormonal changes, any infection, polyp, endometriosis, fibroids, cysts can lead to prolonged bleeding. The right course of treatment depends on the cause of your prolonged menstrual bleeding. Seek medical help. A detailed examination and work up may help.
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