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Large clot, grey tissue attached to it. Taken clomid, progesterone. Miscarriage symptoms?

Hi!! I completed one round of chlomid supported with progesterone and after 33 days of no period (I never go past 29) and three negative pregnancy tests I stopped the progestetone and three days later I have my period but I noticed a large clot with what appeared to be grey tissue attached and the clot was also a diffrent texture...could this possibly have been a miscarriage or is itb a result of the medication? I really appeciate your help
Wed, 23 Jan 2013
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Thanks for the query,

clomiphene ( Clomid ) is a selective estrogen receptor modulator (SERM) .

Common side effects of clomifene include: hot flashes, abdominal discomfort, visual blurring, and reversible ovarian enlargement and cyst formation.

Infrequent side effects include: abnormal uterine bleeding, nausea, and/or vomiting.

So your symptoms of passing large clots with gray tissue is one of the side effects of clomiphene.

It is not due due miscarriage as pregnancy test is negative.

Anyways, continue taking clomid next cycle, Reduce weight if overweight, eat healthy, and exercise moderately.

Hope this helps,
Dr Nilofer
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