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    quida posted:
    Hello everyone, I just started my first round of clomid. I started them Dec 14.2012 and Took my last clomid on Dec 18.2012. I'm taking then 5-9. I have experience bad mood swings headaches and hot flashes. I did my first ovaluation today and it came with no smiling face. So I have read others reviews and I found this website clomidcalculator.com. It's ask you to put in the day you first started clomid. So I did and it calculate that I will be ovulating 12/23/2012 through 12/28/2012. I can start testing for ovulation 12/21/2012. I hope to gain a smiling face. Can anyone tell when clomid is working.
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    MISTYLUNA responded:
    SO DID YOUR FAMILY DOCTOR GIVE THEM TO YOU?


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