Thanks for clearing that up i actually posted a question about some fertility drugs then after reading ur post i found out itisnt the right community for me.
There is another one called "trying to concieve community" which is perfect for me !View Thread
I had an early misscarIage back in may. My period is always irregular b4 and after the misscarriage. My last period was 6/23 and i didnt get it in july so i had a blood pregnancy test and it came back negative. In 08/04 i had one little blood spot n i thought it is my period but later that night the blood didnt come down, instead a very brown discharge.. I went to the dr. The next day N she said we'll take that as ur period n she prescribed for me both clomid and nolvadex. 100 mg clomid per day for 5 days and one pill of nolvadex for 7 days.
Is that okay or what? Cuz i've been searching online n i found out that i should have a normal period "blood not brown discharge" so i can start taking clomid.
Thanks all n i hope i get an answer View Thread
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