I just started this month as well and I had no noticable side effect...CM fine no moodier thatn usual did have some cramping one night when I had a drink but decided may or may not have been due to clomid. I have heard headaches and moodiness. Best of luck and super sticky baby dust
This upcoming cycle will be my 4rd Clomid cycle. I find the moodiness to come in little "bursts". I can really work myself up over something, then an hour later I'm fine again and feeling stupid for blowing up.
Ths first month during my tww DH said he hoped I wasn't pregnant, because if this was what 9 months was going to be like, he couldn't take it. So I guess I was pretty bad. Now that I realize what's happening, I can try to control it a little better.
I have not had weight gain or headaches. A little bit of nauseousness, but not bad. Also, it seems to have made my clycles longer by a couple of days? Not nice when you have very regular cycles, and then the month comes when you find you're 2 days late, and you convince yourself that this is your month.
I don't think I had any side effects either, although I am sure my DH would try and blame my mood on it but I just think you are generally a little more moody then just because you are trying harder to conceive.
What I can tell you thought is I have never suffered from AF cramping and on Clomid well my flow was a lot more and come O I had the most incredible pain, I actually didn't have it the first month on Clomid but the other 5 were really painful. I have had kidney stones in the past and I will certainly say this gave kidney stones a run for their money.
I wish you well though, it seems it effect everyone differently.
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