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Ovarian cyst,polycystic ovaries, and clomid

Hi , please assist. I went to a doctor and she did an ultrasound and and scan and found that I have a big cyst of 25cm, but advised me to go and see a gynae but I can't afford one and the clinics keeps on telling me to keep trying to make a baby with my husband, I then took a step to get clomid as I've been trying to get pregnant since 2010 and I can't seem to find solution but since I've been using clomid , I've experienced no side effects(cramps or any pain or change in my body) but I would like to know . What are my chances of becoming pregnant and what happens to my body when I took clomid under the circumstances am in ??
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replied May 13th, 2017
I must say you two points.First of all, a 25 cm cyst is a big one and you need to be treated for it.Secondly, clomid cannot be taken so casually and it can cause a lot of complications if not taken with proper precautions.So, there is only one way.Just meet any gynecologist to sort out this issue.There is no scope of self treatment here.

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