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    Menopur side effects
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    abbey96 posted:
    Hi, I wanted to see if anyone else had moderate side effects from Menopur?

    I know they are common with Menopur and vary greatly... I was up all night with sharp chest pains, tightness in my throat and extreme dry mouth.

    I asked my nurse about anything I should expect, and she mentioned nothing. I just didn't know if my side effects are on the mild or moderate side, enough to call my physician bout dosage?

    Have any of you had similar experiences?
    Me 32 DH 34 TTC 1 3/4 years. 7 rounds of Clomid, 2 rounds of Femara, one laparoscopy for endo


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