Hi ladies can I join? I am 1dpo today and plan to test on the 5th. This is my first cycle on clomid 50mg so I have no idea what to expect....hopefully a bfp! We need to think of ways to keep busy during this long dreaded tww.
I am 4 dpo today so not far between us.
I was on clomid 100mg and so far...had very sore nipples the first couple of days, terrible flu symptoms at 2dpo that suddenly went away the next day. A funny lightheaded feeling since ovulation - as if a bit drunk (but obviously not drinking alchohol), constipated, nighsweats and vivid dreams.
This is my 4th round of clomid and i´m getting very discouraged
We definitely need to find ways to make the time go faster! Although I have been spooting since my positive OPK 4 days ago and having some lower back pain/mild cramps and I am starting to think I got my period 16 days early.. So im pretty discouraged at this point. Im going to the doctor for routine blood tests today cholesterol, thyroid, ect. Maybe they can help figure out something. I wont get the results until April 9th
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