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Bleeding/spotting on clomid
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Posted 18 February 2013 - 10:00 AM
Ive been given clomid to bring forward my ovulation (from 19-23) and lengthen my luteal (11-12 days)
Last month I had 25mg and spotted from CD3 to ovulation on CD26.
This month 50mg and from CD 10 and still going i have much heavier spotting/on some days light bleeding. I ovulated on day 18 and its not day 21.
Has anyone else bled like this - is it the clomid?
Does the bleeding interfere with conception?
Posted 18 February 2013 - 07:48 PM
You have probably called your FS already but just in case definitely give him/her a call. I think that consistent spotting/bleeding is very unusual. Hope all works out for you.
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