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    Clomid & Ovidrel, IUI Side Effect
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    An_253258 posted:
    I took colmid for 5 days from 2nd of my period started, then 1 shot of Ovidrel on Wed night for the IUI on Fri. Since I took Ovidrel, I have pregancy symptoms (Nausea and very tired), but day by day my symptoms is getting less. Today is the 7 days after taking the Ovidrel and had IUI done 5 days ago. When I was eating my lunch, all of sudden, I feel that I am not interested on my food anymore. Does anyone has the same problem as me? I am not sure how long this side effectwill stay into my body? Or Is it a real pregancy sign but it might be to early to be pregant in 5 days?
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