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    First cycle on Clomid and confused
    AllieLamb posted:
    Good Afternoon all!
    So, Let's begin. I am currently on my first cycle of Clomid and have no idea what to expect. Have any of you experienced a increase in vaginal discharge? Within the second day of taking the pill I began to see the increase in discharge and not sure if that's normal. Today is my first day after the last pill, when should my husband and I begin having intercourse? Did any of you have any 'signs' that is was working? The whole infertility thing has been such a battle and it's been hard to stay optimistic. Anyway, I'd love to have some feedback about what you all went through or going through.
    Allison L.
    mmclawson responded:
    For me, we did an ultrasound on day 11 to see if there were eggs. We would have done IUI (we are doing fertility treatments) on day 14.
    Our doctor has told us to have intercourse everyday or atleast every other day.

    I hope that helps a little.

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