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    mizztlcgrace posted:
    Hello everyone, Im new to this whole thing me and my hubby are praying for a baby and so after a mild procedure , our dr said it would be okay to try and he gave me clomid , im now on my second dose wich they rasised the dose this month. My question is are the cramps normal I didnt really cramp last month untill the end and when that happen it was my period wich was crazy painful and super heavy. Anyway last month there was no ovulation at all , I wish everyone good luck happy loving sex and crazy baby dust. Mizztlcgrace
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