Hello, Im hoping someone can help me understand this a little bit better... I am taking Clomid, which is a fertility drug, I just started it on the 5th day of my cycle in September. It is now time for my period, But im not sure whats going on. I had some very dark color bleeding/spotting on thurs 10/4, it completely stopped and then started back on friday, 10/5, but a little heavier, everyday since then it has done that but I quit bleeding completely for the night until the next morning, its so weird. I have pregnancy symptoms, I know you cant rely on those and have taken a HPT which was negative. Just very confused as to whats going on, could I be pregnant just too soon to tell or maybe just a side effect, someone please help, Thanks so much!!
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