My husband and I have been trying to conceive for the last 2 years. Now my doctor has put me on Clomid. I start my first round in a couple weeks. I've been reading some reviews and I'm getting nervous about the possible side effects that can take place from miscarriages to cysts. I really hope this solution is the right one for us. I really want to be a mom so bad, and I know my husband would make an excellent father. We've been praying about this everyday, and I'm really hoping clomid is a success for us.View Thread
OMG! I know exactly how you are feeling. I have had nothing but hot flashes, nausea, and warm feelings. I just went through my first round. My doctor said it looked like I had an egg trying to mature, but not soon enough to get the shot to help out in the ovulation time frame I was going to be in. The exact day I would have needed to come back their office was going to be closed for labor day. So I'm thinking this month was a no go. Hopefully it will be better for me next month. How has your process been?View Thread
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