6980633 tn?1387043634

Clomid round 1

I'm Colleen 20 years old I just started clomid this morning after a negative blood test yesterday. I have PCOS with no other health problems (healthy weight, non smoker/drinker, good diet etc.) and we have been actively ttc for the last six months with only 3 periods and a lot of let downs. I am just looking for some support through this process since the last 6 months have been so hard, and I am worried the clomid will make it harder for me emotionally. Any advice/ encouragement would be very much welcome and appreciated
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1187113 tn?1320691496
Keep the faith!! It took me a few tries before I got the hang of tracking my cycle and using Clomid but I was successful. Now we are back on the journey again.  Good luck and sending you tons of baby dust.
6980633 tn?1387043634
Thank you so much! Good luck to you also and tons of baby dust to you!
8554614 tn?1398686658
Dont worry...All is well...
6980633 tn?1387043634
Thank you since this post I did a second round and was able to conceive!!! I am currently 15 weeks =]
8554614 tn?1398686658
Congrats....i am include u in my prayers....
14003019 tn?1432470280
How many mg was your dose on second round? And what days did you take the clomid? Just curious I am on my first round dr put me on 150 mg days 2-6. Not to hopeful.
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