this month i've taken 50mg clomid for the 2nd time (first time i got pregnant but miscarried) but i'm getting much more pain this time and i wondered if thats normal or not....
i'm probably a day or 2 past ovulation right now and i've had twinges and aches the last few days but tonight its really hurting, its similar to the sharpish pains i get with my periods sometimes. it'll probably stop now i've said something ha
i'm curious what other people experience with clomid and whether or not it changes from one month to the next.
mine was excruciating for the first 2 weeks of my cycle.... it was like being stabbed in the eggs!
HAHA i couldnt have put it better myself
Originally Posted by caz & bob
i am the same hun i had mc on first round of clomid i take mine on days 2 6 i have ovulation pain its like af pain im on my 3rd round of clomid im dpo6 today so just waiting to test now xx
i'll keep my fingers crossed for you!
i took some pain killers last night and this morning its stopped, i thought i would ovulate on day 14 but maybe its a little later this time. it just worried me a little i think because it seemed quite bad just for ovulation pain but thanks for replying, it made me feel better
Not taken Clomid myself but my friend did and she ended up with OHSS, if the pain gets really bad don't be afraid to get in touch with your doctor or the out of hours service, but hopefully the pain you had was just a "super egg" getting ready to pop!!!
No problem, it's pretty rare but I would still have thought they would have mentioned it, mind you sometimes we seem to know more than the doctors, but then they do have to know about a lot of different things.
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