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    How to go go about taking the first pill
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    MomWantToBe25 posted:
    I just got prescribed to clomid and i need to "better understand" when i take my first pill, do i take it at the beginning, middle, or end, or daily?? I was nervous so i really didnt pay attention to my doctor... Help
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    JOARIES73 responded:
    was told to take clomid on the 5th day of my period. take clomid for 7 dys. then have sex every other day to try and conceive.
     
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    firsttimerr responded:
    My doc had me take on Cycle Day 5 (2 pills a day) until Cycle Day 9 (last day taking 2 pills).

    Hope that helps.


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