Hey all! I am starting my first round of Clomid tomorrow 7/16/13! I have Endometriosis, but after many procedures, my doc says that my uterus looks good! I am very hopeful that this works, as I am about to be 31 years young with no children. We have been TTC for a year and a half with no luck. Anyone else in a similar situation? Or anyone that has advice would be great!View Thread
Good Luck to you! I am on my 3rd day of Clomid (first timer) and I really have my hopes up. I hate to have them up this high, because of the let down that may just be inevitable. But I'm trying to stay positive. If i do not conceive this round, then my dose will be increased to 100mg. Keeping you in my prayers!View Thread
Well I hope it works for you! I took my first pill this morning around 9am, and let me tell you, I have never had this much energy! I guess I have the Clomid "high" as it's lovingly called! Baby dust to you!! You'l have to keep me informed View Thread
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