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    Infertility-Endometriosis and now Clomiphene 25 mg
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    Shellyf33 posted:
    Hi-I am new to these discussion groups but I really need to hear other peoples opinions and success stories. I am 35 years old and me and my husband have been trying for a year and a half now. Five months ago I have Surgery for Endometriosis and was diagnosed with moderate endometriosis. We tried for four months with no success. Tomorrow I will start my first round of Clomiphene 25 mg. I am just wondering if there is anyone who is out there with possibly the same thing with success. When I called my doctor to get put on Clomiphene I was told he wants to talk about IVF. I am totally heart broke thinking she thinks that nothing will work. I am hoping this will work with all my heart. Any feedback would be appreciated.
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