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Condition: Female Problems Causing Trouble in Getting Pregnant
7/23/2014 2:21:06 PM

Reviewer: mj007, 19-24 Female on Treatment for 1 to 6 months (Patient)

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Current Rating: 5

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My husband and I have been trying to conceive for over a year. I have had extremely irregular periods for over a year. There would be 2-3 months that would go by sometimes and I just wouldn't get a period. I took Provera to jump start my period, then started 50mg Clomid. I did ovulate and I got my period on my own, right on time. I just finished my second round of 50mg Clomid and ovulated this ... Show Full Comment

Condition: Female Problems Causing Trouble in Getting Pregnant
7/8/2014 8:03:28 AM

Reviewer: Mommyof5wannabe6, 35-44 Female on Treatment for 1 to 6 months (Patient)

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Current Rating: 5

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Current Rating: 5

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Current Rating: 5

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I had never had trouble conceiving as a matter of fact I had 4 children but we had decided we wanted one more. I had the mirena taken out and it seemed to cause lots of problems with me being able to conceive. I took one month of the medication and got pregnant with a boy. It is 3 years later and me and my fiance have decided we want a child together. Just started clomid. Wish us luck AGAIN! ... Show Full Comment

Condition: Female Problems Causing Trouble in Getting Pregnant
5/13/2014 4:07:47 PM

Reviewer: daisygirl2458, 25-34 Female on Treatment for less than 1 month (Patient)

Effectiveness

Current Rating: 3

Ease of Use

Current Rating: 3

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Current Rating: 3

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I am a 29 yr old who will be starting this medication in a couple of days. I was diagnosed with PCOS after not having a period for 2 months. I have tried for a total of 3.5 years to get pregnant with no success. My husband has 1 child already and another pregnancy but was mc. My dr ran blood tests on day 21 and my progesterone was only at 1.57. My Dr is starting me at a dose of 50mg and I am hopin ... Show Full Comment

Condition: Female Problems Causing Trouble in Getting Pregnant
4/30/2014 11:26:25 AM

Reviewer: Saradiane, 19-24 Female on Treatment for 1 to 6 months (Patient)

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Current Rating: 5

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Current Rating: 5

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Current Rating: 5

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Iam 23 my husband and I have been trying to get pregnant for over a year. Yesterday we got 3 positives and I had blood drawn this morning to confirm. This passed month was my 3rd round of chamoid at 150mg. We are sooo excited!!!!!! Hoping for twins!

Condition: Female Problems Causing Trouble in Getting Pregnant
4/16/2014 6:04:10 PM

Reviewer: Cassie, 25-34 Female on Treatment for less than 1 month (Patient)

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Current Rating: 5

Ease of Use

Current Rating: 5

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Current Rating: 5

Comment:
Hi everyone I just started taking clomid 03/20 as you cab see in my previous post. Now I just was confirmed that I am pregnant, yay it worked on the first round. My HCG blood count was 18 and will be retesting Monday to make sure everything is going well. I know the count is low but it is still very early. I will keep you up to date on what happens. I wish everyone well.

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