i have been trying to concieve since one year and now my doctor is suggesting to start clomid (clomiphene) this cycle. i want to discuss it apparent effect on body , any problem in daily routines etc. please share your experiences. thanks
DH and I have also been TTC for 1 year, I am now on my third cycle of clomid. I haven't really had any problems in my daily routines ETC. The only thing I have noticed change is I can tell that I've ovulated. After I ovulate I have usually been getting somewhat nausiated, VERY hungry, a little energetic and my boobs have been really tender and sensitive. Other than that I haven't really seen any changes I hope that what I wrote helps a little bit.... Good luck!!!!
Lurking.... My sister-in-law and brother have been TTC for 2 1/2 years and she has done 6 or more rounds of clomid and after her 3rd round she went blind in her right eye. I do believe that vision problems are a side effect of clomid. Just be careful and if you start to have problems, don't ignore it!
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