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    Prolonged Side Affects after Stopping Clomid?
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    lilypad12 posted:
    Ok ladies, I'm about to go insane!! Dec 2011 I started my first Clomid treatment. We did the lowest dose for 6 cycles. Everything was peachy until the third cycle, when I started getting really nauseous. I never physically got sick at this point. After the 6th cycle we took a break to do some testing with DH. In September of this year, we sent to a RE to do an IUI, so we did one more round of Clomid. I have not had it since then. Every since that round though, my nausea has been getting worse. I am now physically getting sick. The nurse at the RE had no clue. I tried to call my regular OBGYN, but she is out of town. Has anyone else experienced this? From everything I see online the symptoms should be gone by now...?
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