hey there, myself and my fiance - getting married in march14 known each other size year7 in school having been trying to conceive for 3 years. since having my appendix out in 2011 have had amenorhoea (sorry cant spell) .. and also diagnosed with pcos in 2005. i have ovarian drilling on the 11th of last month- and boom i has the time of month!!. most girl may so not again i was relieved, i was started on clomid 50mg, for 5 days i ovulated for the first time and produced 8 follicles, unfortunately i didnt conceive all the follicles popped.needless to say we were distraught, now i have been uped to 100mg of clomid or five days but when i went to book my scan for after 12 days i was told to only take one tablet of 100mg of clomid ..... will this work or shall i continue to take the 100mg of clomid for 5 days !!!
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