hi i am currently 6 weeks pregnant on my first round of clomid.i am a little nervous because i hear all these horror stories about miscarriages in their first round.i have three children already,no miscarriages,i am on the clomid because i have endometriosis,and i was not ovulating.i started my first round and took it on days 5-9.i had a positive test on like day 32? i have appointment on the 20th.so my question is:
anyone have a happy successful story for me on their first round of clomid???
I dont think that the fact you took clomid increases your chance of a m/c. The talk about early miscarriages is something that can happen regardless of how you concieve. If you have three healthy chlidren then I would say that you will be fine. Dont worry unless you start to bleed heavily. It sounds to me like you will have a baby very soon! Congratulations!
I also became pregnant on my first round of clomid. I was shocked my first Hcg level on 14dp3do (16 day post ovulation) was 1540 but unforutelly my levels are not rising like they should. 2 days later it is only 1873 so my doctor is concerned. I am just happy I know I can get pregnant. Good Luck!!!!!!!
hi all, i am new here and am thinking about asking my doctor about clomid... I have pcos and am wondering how clomid actually works because i dont even know when you ovulate or anything cuz the only time i have EVER had AF was when i was on birth control.. so im kinda new to all of this lol.. so any advice or tips or anything to teach me would be really helpful..
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