... clomid but my question is he works off shore and get gets home the day before Im due to ovulat Should i still take the meds?
12 Sep 2012
Yes. I was on this drug and it is not a quick fix. The body needs time to adjust and though you may get lucky right away it can take months. I actually finally became pregnant three months after we stopped using it.
So taking it on a regular basis will improve your uterine lining, creating the proper hormones and make you receptive to a pregnancy.
Give the doc or nurse a quick call.
- Clomid Information for Consumers
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- Side Effects of Clomid (detailed)
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