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Old Oct 29th, 2017, 12:05 PM   6171
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Hey again,

I keep noticing a browny coloured discharge, not masses but its there... any idea I'm now CD 19



 
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Old Oct 30th, 2017, 18:33 PM   6172
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I hope the scan shows surgery has worked well for you Did they discuss the option of Tamoxifen? Was the clomid causing side effects at all doses? because after surgery you don't need as much for it work, (for me it didn't work in the slightest before surgery hence why I ended up on a higher dose)

Could be spotting for all sorts of reason, progesterone related, ovulation or impending period!



 
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Old Nov 1st, 2017, 17:08 PM   6173
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I hope the scan shows surgery has worked well for you Did they discuss the option of Tamoxifen? Was the clomid causing side effects at all doses? because after surgery you don't need as much for it work, (for me it didn't work in the slightest before surgery hence why I ended up on a higher dose)

Could be spotting for all sorts of reason, progesterone related, ovulation or impending period!
I cant remember what Clomid dose i was on... 150mg i think. It was the same dose from start to finish. They've not mentioned any medication other than naturally TTC for 6 months and if no joy then we will look into the next cycle of IVF.
I may mention it though
Is Tamoxifen a similar type of thing then?

I've noticed that it's more when we have BD for example, this morning we DTD and then this evening I've noticed brown spotting in my pants, I did call the hospital to ask the question but i was transferred from Gyne to Fertility to my specialists receptionist and none of them seemed to feel they knew the right department for me to go to, i'll wait it out a little longer and hopefully AF comes and i can get my appt for the scan and then can speak to my specialist direct.

Thing is its not a common procedure that they do so it seems not many people know too much about it.

How are you feeling? xx



 
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Old Nov 2nd, 2017, 05:42 AM   6174
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Tamoxifen is different but is often given to ladies who react badly to/or who don't ovulate on clomid. Definitely speak to them about it, I started on 50mg of clomid after the surgery and had blood tests every month, they kept raising the dose until my progesterone level was high enough, if it hadn't worked within 6 months we were going to move onto injections as IVF wasn't an option for us on the nhs, I fell pregnant the month I was due to have to my appointment and get prescribed them!

Nationally is it quite a common procedure, don't let them fob you off! lots of women have it for many different reasons - endometriosis I think is one the main ones.

It's still quite recent since your operation so the spotting may be from that?



 
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Old Nov 3rd, 2017, 16:52 PM   6175
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Tamoxifen is different but is often given to ladies who react badly to/or who don't ovulate on clomid. Definitely speak to them about it, I started on 50mg of clomid after the surgery and had blood tests every month, they kept raising the dose until my progesterone level was high enough, if it hadn't worked within 6 months we were going to move onto injections as IVF wasn't an option for us on the nhs, I fell pregnant the month I was due to have to my appointment and get prescribed them!

Nationally is it quite a common procedure, don't let them fob you off! lots of women have it for many different reasons - endometriosis I think is one the main ones.

It's still quite recent since your operation so the spotting may be from that?
Oh right that sounds good stuff, i will definitely mention it.
Thank you for that info it really helps talking to other ladies and sharing stories.

I've put my spotting down to the op to be honest, it has eased again now i'm CD 24, so just waiting on AF, if it comes on time it'll be here 9th November.
My hormones must be so crazy right now as i have had the most horrific break out, it started on my chin and around my mouth, now noticing them appearing on my jaw line and forehead, so the drilling must've triggered some hormonal disruption, although i thought my skin would clear if the drilling was a success... i guess i have to wait and see when i have my scan. xx



 
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Old Nov 3rd, 2017, 17:38 PM   6176
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I hope you get news at your scan! Hopefully AF won't keep you waiting for too long, it's so stressful waiting, it's like everything is on hold until it shows up.



 
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Old Nov 4th, 2017, 06:19 AM   6177
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I hope you get news at your scan! Hopefully AF won't keep you waiting for too long, it's so stressful waiting, it's like everything is on hold until it shows up.
Aww thank you hun, will keep you posted xx




 
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Old Nov 17th, 2017, 02:45 AM   6178
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Hey babydust28 Any sign of AF yet?

It's been about 7 weeks since my surgery and AF still hasn't shown up for me. I guess I'm one of those people who the surgery didn't work for. I'm still glad I had it though as they were able to remove some endometriosis I had at the time which can only be a good thing!

I had my appointment today with an Infertility Specialist (had a month wait) and she has prescribed me Provera and Clomid. I'm going to give it a go while I prepare myself for IVF (blood tests, police checks etc).

Fingers crossed for BFPs soon for everyone that might be reading this thread xx



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