I have PCOS, was diagnosed when I was 15, am TTC and am on my first cycle of Clomid (I also take 2000mg of Metformin daily). I am on CD19. I took Clomid 50mg days 5-9 and had a positive OPK CD17. For the past 3 or 4 days I have been having Bladder infection like pain in my pelvis occasionally radiating down my inner thighs. My test for an infection was negative I also have increased pain when BDing. Any thoughts? Has me a little worried.
Do you have cysts at the moment that could possibly be giving you this pain?
Come to think of it...before I took a test my last pregnancy, I'm pretty sure I suspected an infection of some sort but I can't remember why.
You are around the time that you could maybe have implantation going on.
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