How many rounds of Clomid is recommended? I had a miscarriage in December and started Clomid in June. Started round two yesterday. My due date for my angel baby was last Wednesday, June 30th. I have been very weepy and sad especially the last two weeks.
Do you think Clomid is amplifying my moods?
Also, I am taking the pills on day 2-6 with no ultrasound or blood tests. I have enough pills for 4 months and he wants to see me in September or before if I'm pregnant. I am 44 and am wondering if I should go in sooner with a more aggresive appoach...or wait it out.
My charts show that I am ovulating and sex has been timed perfectly.
I don't drink, smoke, do drugs, or drink pop or coffee. My husband drinks a couple of beers a few nights a week and drinks pop. Any advice??
Time is running out! The miscarriage was due to getting the H1N1 vaccine. It was reported to VAERS. I have no living children and am going crazy figuring out why we're not pregnant again.Thanks
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Clomid is usually tried in increasing doses for a maximum of 5 cycles. If you do not get pregnant by that time, alternate methods should be tried like IVF, IUI, ICI to help you get pregnant.
Discuss your problem with an Infertility specialist and get the infertility work-up done for both you and your husband to see if anything is wrong and can be corrected. You are 44 years now, and if you want to have children again, a more aggressive approach would be better.
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