Ok, just to update everyone. I've been on Provera for a 6 months. I just finished my first round of Clomid, the last day was November 3rd. I'm on CD20 now and on CD18 I got sick twice in the evening. I started getting shakey and weak feeling and I had a slight headache, then I vomited afterward. Then, I ate dinner and vomited again.
Yesterday, CD19 my nipples were so sore to touch. I couldn't even wear my bra and it hurt when I laid down to sleep cause they kept touching the bed or the sheets. So far, those are my only worries. Very sore nipples, a couple sick spells, some headaches....and some heavier than usual discharge.
Just wondering if any of you ladies have experienced this while being on Clomid. Could I be pregnant and if so when would be the best time to test? My AF should be around the 27th, and today is the 16th so not sure if it would be too soon to have symptoms.
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