so in short here is my story of the process i have been on.....with this story i will have a few questions as well. for 2 yrs i had been having intercourse with alot of excrutiating pain so i finally convinced myself that something was wrong and that i needed to go in. so I did, I went to the fertility center and they examined and discovered that one of my tubes was supposedly blocked and my right ovary had detached itself and was sitting on top of my cervix which of course was the cause of my pain. we proceeded and agreed to have the surgery and while in surgery endometriosis was found but the tube and the ovary were fixed. so now I am on clomid i believe its 50mg, So now my question is would the clomid react with my anxiety meds because i am extremely dizzy to the point where i am holding myself up and I have blurred vision of and on. Is this Normal? sparadowskiView Thread
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