This will be my 4th round of clomid. I will be taking 200mg. Last month my period was very light but this month it is very very heavy and very crampy This is never happend to me before. Has this happend to anyone else is this normal?
My periods were always the same on Clomid, except that they were more regular but the flow was about the same or lighter. Was there a possibility that you are having an early miscarriage? On my second round of clomid, my period was very heavy, and I had cramps which I don't normally have, but it was a miscarriage, but it happened right around when my period was suppose to start, it just so happened I knew I was miscarrying because I had taken a pregnancy test and two were positive. Not trying to freak you out here, though.
Me(26)DH(28)DD(3) TTC 2nd- 1yr, 1st round of clomid 50mg - BFN, 2nd - MC, 3rd- BFN. Been trying naturally 6mos, waiting for AF in Sep to start 100mg of Clomid!
My cycles varied on Clomid. Some were average, some were heavier than normal. As long as you're having a cycle and it's not dragging on and on, I would assume you're okay. Never hurts to get the doctor's opinion, though.
Me 23, DH 25, TTC 2 years,8 rounds Clomid, round four 7.5mg Femara this cycle, test 8/27
I am on my 3rd round and my periods were always very heavy and last a week. Now last month and this month it was very light and only lasted a day an half. Im not sure if i should be worried but it has me wondering what is going on and why this is happening.
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