This is my 5th round of Clomid and normally I have no trouble with it. I went from 50mg to 100mg last month and was still fine on 100mg. This time though.. AF is a lot heavier. I've had heavy bleeding for almost 5 days now and I noticed that today after taking the Clomid my hips and low back started hurting and AF got pretty heavy. I would call the Dr, but she is out of the office tomorrow. Anyone ever had this happen. The pain was so bad today that I was almost in tears and tylenol does nothing.
Sorry hun can't really help but wanted to lend you a little support. At least you know with a heavy period you had a great lining. I do get back aches on clomid but that is usually during the TWW and never bad enough to require pain killers.
It was the opposite for me , on naturally cycles AF is super heavy on clomid cycles its light most likely from it thinning my lining ,so if AF is heavier on it then its a good sign hopefully its your last AF for 9 months!.
UPDATE!!! I ended up in the ER last night. After taking the Clomid I starting bleeding heavy and loosing clots. Then, started to shiver really bad and could not get warm. I turned pail as well. Went to ER and they put me on an IV, did blood work and an ultra sound. Called Dr. today and she said to take last doas of Clomid and is more reviewing my ultrasound. Hopefully tonights doas doesn't do anything.
My period this month was the heaviest it's ever been. I can definitely connect the double up of Clomid to this since last cycle was the first 100 mg cycle.
Your Clomid history is EXACTLY like mine. My Dr. had me take my last dose tonight and it went fine. She said Clomid wouldn't make me bleed like that and that my body must of had more it needed to shed to prepare for hopefully get int pregnant. Good luck on your BFP!!
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