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Have PCOS. Taking clomid to conceive. Why is it painful?

hi im taking clomid days 2-6, i have PCOS and been trying to conceive for 18 months. im on cycle day 26 now but on cycle days 23-24 I had severe lower abdominal pains and very bloated, was doubled over and couldnt walk or stand up straight. and was extremely painful to touch, went to hospital and they ruled out OHSS, appendicitis etc still dont know what it was, but has completely gone now. however the only thing they managed to find was thrush. wishful thinking but could it be an indication of possible pregnancy? or is it just normal to get this as a side effect due to clomid very confused!
Asked On : Sat, 13 Oct 2012
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HI,
THE PAIN MAY NOT BE DUE TO CLOMID .IT IS NOT NORMAL WITH CLOMID TO HAVE PAIN AS YOU DESCRIBED ON THE CYCLE DAY MENTIONED . THIS FEATURE IS NOT NORMALLY ASSOCIATED WITH CONCEPTION
A DIAGNOSIS USUALLY POSSIBLE WITH CLINICAL EXAMINATION AND INVESTIGATIONS .
FOR INFERTILITY BOTH THE PARTNERS TO BE EVALUATED AND TREATMENT TO BE TAKEN ACCORDINGLY .
IT WILL BE BEST TO ATTEND INFERTILITY CLINIC AND CONTINUE TREATMENT AS ADVISED .
HOPE TOU REMAIN HEALTHY AND GET THE RESULT SOON

Answered: Sat, 3 Nov 2012
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