hi ive been trying to get pregnant for over a year now naturally and that has failed and i want to get on clomid but i just ahd a question im 21years old am i to young to take clomid will it affect me later in life or is it an advantage in getiing pregnant and its ok for me to take it.
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replied October 8th, 2007
I was on clomid at 23...I had terrible side effects during the use of the clomid and it did not help us to concieve. There are long term side effects of clomid, even related to cancer studies, but I was so desperate to have a baby, I took the chance. 10 years later, we have adopted and I feel happier then ever!
Clomid is a drug that works different for everyone...although I had horrible experiences, I have friends who did not and did concieve...a womans body is just too unpredictable to tell! Good luck!
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