on March 20 (cd3) i started my first round of CLOMID (3-7) i went in for a baseline ultrasound everything was good to go. on March 27 i went in for an ultrasound and i had a Follicle (dont remember the size) but the tech said it was huge and and it was on my left side. So me and the hubby every other day until CD20 when i started AF. I phoned the doctor she said it was really early but she would call me in 100 mg clomid for cd 3-7. Im still bleeding and it has been 11days. Should i be alarmed is something wrong. Im only having mild cramping and hot flashes but that is it.
AF was really heavy with lots of clots (out of the ordinary for me)
I am on Clomid also, but i haven't had an experience like this i'm afraid. My periods are all over the place but seem to even out when i'm on Clomid (well at the moment anyway). If you are worried i would call the doc again, and update them. They are the experts in this field. Sorry i can't be more help
I know one of the side effects of clomid is a longer more painful period. I was on clomid for 3 cycles and i know one AF was very intense. 11 days sounds like a lot though so i would call your dr to find out if all is well. GL
Back last year when I was on clomid it actually shortened my AF and made it an awful lot lighter. I think it would be a really good idea to check with your dr, it's probably just your body adapting but it's better safe than sorry
I called my doctor and they told me to come in for my scheduled U/S which was today. The ultrasound tech said either i have a VERY mature follicle or a cyst. at this point in time i am playing the waiting game for my doctor to call me back.
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