I have been trying to get pregnant for over a year now. And my doctor put me on clomid this month. I recieved my period on june 30. I have been recieving some mild cramps for over 4 or 5 days but it was almost 2 weeks before my period. Now its the 29th of July and I have yet to recieve any premenstal symptoms. I was told that when you cramp 8 to 10 days after you ovulate that it could be implantation or signs of pregnany. I have had an increase in my eating patterns as well as being tired all the time but I dont want this to be a chemical pregnacy( your mind thinking your pregnant when your not) does clomid cause cramping and does it delay your period?
Well.. i'm not sure about it delaying your period.. and i didnt really understand your dates.. but, I know when I was on clomid for the first time I did get cramps when I was ovulating.. but, i dont remember any after that until I got my AF cramps. But, good luck.. and hopefully this is implantation cramping!
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