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    First cycle of 100mg clomid...
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    babywishes164 posted:
    I START MY FIRST CYCLE OF CLOMID AROUND THE 15TH. I HAVE JUST BEEN OFF BIRTH CONTROL FOR 2 MONTHS, AND I HAD NO PERIODS THE 4 MONTHS I WAS ON IT. I ONLY TOOK IT TO GET MY PERIODS ON TRACK. I HAVE BEEN TRYING TO CONCIEVE OFF AND ON FOR 6 YEARS. I HAD CERVICAL CANCER REMOVED AND PARE OF MY CERVIX IS GONE. I HAD A MISCARRIAGE ALMOST 3 YEARS AGO AND IT WAS DEVISTATING. HAS ANYONE HAD THE SAME PROBLEM AND HAD SUCESS ON CLOMID? WHAT KIND OF PREGNANCY WILL I HAVE WITH A WEAK CERVIX?
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