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Old Sep 26th, 2016, 20:28 PM   31
Rawan
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Sarah-I also read on some forums that some women got pregnant while on clomid 4-8, so i think you will be ok!
I will be taking my last clomid tonight, so far I feel ok, maybe a bit moody, and going for my ultrasound and bloodwork tomorrow.
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Old Sep 26th, 2016, 20:30 PM   32
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By the way, I heard right after clomid, if we use opk, it might give us false positive? Anyone heard about that? I was planning to use opk tomorrow morning because tonight is my last dose of clomid.



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Old Sep 26th, 2016, 22:56 PM   33
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My headache turned into a migraine but I'm feeling better now after DH took care of me.

Weebles - now we get to symptom spot the whole month! Lol
Sarah - my ovary sometimes hurts during sex right around ovulation.
Rawan - I just read that you should wait 3 days after stopping clomid to use an OPK or you could get a false pos.



 
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Old Sep 26th, 2016, 23:20 PM   34
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Ask-glad to hear that you are feeling better! hope you won't experience more side effects.
Thanks for the info!



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Old Sep 27th, 2016, 04:47 AM   35
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Rawan, OPKs aren't always accurate if you have PCOS. But I've heard lots of women with PCOS who use OPKs with accuracy on Clomid. I've never had a positive OPK. I'm CD 16 today and still a negative OPK.

Ask, this is a dull pain and it's not very intense. I've never had this before. I'm glad your migraine was ok. Try to avoid anti-inflammatories if you can!

Be aware that you can get side effects even after you stop taking Clomid. I'm still getting hot flushes.



 
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Old Sep 27th, 2016, 15:57 PM   36
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Sarah-hope your hot flushes will go away soon! And hope you get your positive opk soon!
I finish the last dose of clomid last night, and had ultrasound today, and they told me my lining is kind of thin, but they told me that's normal with clomid. I don't have pcos but I heard after clomid use, you can get false positive for a few days, I tried one opk this morning, and it was negative.
When I asked the clinic about trigger shot, they told me only if the woman can't ovulate on her own, then they will consider giving trigger shot.
Anyone had ultrasound done? I am a bit worried that my lining is a bit thin after clomid...



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Old Sep 27th, 2016, 17:11 PM   37
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Also, if clomid thins the lining of uterus, doesn't it increase the chance of miscarriage?!
Anyone knows of any supplement we can take to help with uterus lining? Thanks!



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Old Sep 27th, 2016, 18:22 PM   38
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Fx for you Rawan! I have an ultrasound on October 3rd.

Not sure if it's the clomid but I've been feeling very tearful/emotional.



 
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Old Sep 27th, 2016, 21:29 PM   39
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Clomid made me a bit moody too the previous days when I was taking it...
Ask-good luck on your ultrasound!



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Old Sep 28th, 2016, 01:11 AM   40
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Yup I think emotional and moody are pretty typical Clomid symptoms.

I think I have a thin lining. My ultrasound a few cycles showed it was 4.7mm at CD30. It should have been at least 8mm. The doctor didn't mention it. I've been taking aspirin and trying to keep active. I'm not sure there's much more we can do. But it does mean if you get a BFP it might not stick.



 
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