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    I think it depends on your cycles and what CD you have the clomid. I had clomid on days 5-9 and ovulated around CD 16-17. I read on one of the pamphlets you can expect to ovulate 7-9 days after the last dose. Good luck!!

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    Hello ladies, newbie here, good luck to those trying and congrats to those with success stories

    I'm 32 PCOS and overweight. Hubby got great results back today, his count/motility/morphology are all above average (go figure!)

    I've started Metformin today. Mind you this isn't my first. I had two successful pregnancies in my teens (prior to diagnosis of PCOS), and they are both now in their teens. So looking forward to #3, and hoping I have a success story for women who come after me!

    Here's hoping!!

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    Welcome Milsification I hope your journey is short and sweet.

    EDB- I take clomid (150mg) from day 2-6 of my cycle and last month I had a good ovulation on CD19. This month, I fully expected to ovulate but here I am on CD28 and I haven't ovulated yet. I'm guessing that this shows that my body is a very mysterious thing.

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    Is anybody else experiencing not so nice side effects from the Metformin? I'm often "running" to the loo a lot in the afternoons after some really big tummy pains. Anyone else the same?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Merlsification View Post
    Is anybody else experiencing not so nice side effects from the Metformin? I'm often "running" to the loo a lot in the afternoons after some really big tummy pains. Anyone else the same?
    I've been on metformin for a few weeks now. The first week I was the same as this. Now it's just constant nausea and certain foods can trigger a 'rush' to the loo. Kind of annoying really!

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    Merlsification are you taking the slow release kind? I had those and didn't have any issues with side effects really, just a bit of nausea and I was lethargic!

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    So it's not just me - phew! It is rather annoying, especially when it becomes quite urgent, I have to constantly keep an eye out for the closest loo when going out.

    CottonCandy - might have to ask doc about the slow release, thanks for advice!

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    I'm on the slow release metformin and after some initial nausea in the first few weeks, I've had no side effects. I've been on it for about 7 months.

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    Merls - are you taking it at night? I take it after dinner or just before i go to bed so fund that i don't get bad reactions. I always feel really bloated, but then I've always felt that before i started ( and i am only on one tablet a day so that might explain why i don't get it so bad)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shackles View Post
    Merls - are you taking it at night? I take it after dinner or just before i go to bed so fund that i don't get bad reactions. I always feel really bloated, but then I've always felt that before i started ( and i am only on one tablet a day so that might explain why i don't get it so bad)
    Hi Shackles,
    Currently on 500mg three times a day, I'm OK through morning and lunch tablet, but between lunch and bed is a urgent time for me lol. I'm a little scared to go to my personal training session tonight - just in case


 

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