My doctor made an error and did not tell me to take Clomid for only 5 days, so I took it for 11 days until I figured it out. I normally get my period on day 26, and now is day 28 and still no period. I have heard that clomid can mess your period. I took two pregnancies tests on day 25 and day 27 and they came out negative.
Does anyone know if I will have bad side effects in my cycle because I took Clomid for 11 days instead of 5 or does anyone have helpful information due to my circumstances? I had vision side effects, but they stopped now.
Unfortunately i never had that experience but i do know that clomid does mess with your period for me though it regulated it never had vision problems but i do experience other side affects like mood swings and cramping
Thanks for the reply. No, the Dr. said that I would only have secondary effects like the vision, but he didn't seem worried. I am on day 31 still with no real period, I did start spotting a little bit brown day 28. My cycles are normally 26 days, and I am on day 31 with still no real period. I wonder if I should ask for an ultrasound, probably a good idea to ask for it. I hope I get my real period soon. I have took a pregnancy test yesterday and it came out negative.
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