Hello everyone, I just started my first round of clomid. I started them Dec 14.2012 and Took my last clomid on Dec 18.2012. I'm taking then 5-9. I have experience bad mood swings headaches and hot flashes. I did my first ovaluation today and it came with no smiling face. So I have read others reviews and I found this website clomidcalculator.com. It's ask you to put in the day you first started clomid. So I did and it calculate that I will be ovulating 12/23/2012 through 12/28/2012. I can start testing for ovulation 12/21/2012. I hope to gain a smiling face. Can anyone tell when clomid is working.View Thread
Hello, I started my first round of clomid on Dec 14-2012. I started testing on the 12/21/2012 to see if any ovulation but so far not yet. I'm taking the 50 mg of clomid, have had hot flashes, headaches and mood swings. How can you tell id clomid working.View Thread
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