I'm new here but saw other posts about mothers donating left over fertility meds (clomid) I was diagnosed with pcos 2 years ago and have been trying to conceive for over 3 years. Fertility help is very costly and something my insurance wont help with. just thought i would give this a try and see if there was anyone out there who had any left over and is willing to help...
30 years old
Husband and I are desperate :(
advice is welcome also. Thinking ordering online is my only option at this point....
thanks for reading
normally they only give you the 5 days of meds that you would take for that cycle. Clomid is something that you should really talk to your doctor about before taking it. You are only supposed to be able to take it 6 times before it can do more damage then good.
With my benefits it didn't throw the clomid under my fertility coverage it was just a prescription.They only consider it fertiliity if you have to go into the indepth stuff. are you sure you don't have coverage for that?
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