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Pregnant. Have side effects due to Clomid. Will symptoms go away after giving birth?

I m 12 weeks pregnant. A month or two before I fell pregnant I took clomid and had a very bad reaction ( blurred vision , shortness of breath, rapid heartbeat , swollen/painful abdomen and frequent urge to urinate - similar to a UTI but no infection). Sadly I still have these side effects almost 4-5 months on even though I didn t even finish one round of clomid 50g... My Gyno said the symtoms should go away AFTER I ve given birth?
Asked On : Mon, 11 Feb 2013
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Dear Kristen,

Your symptoms look to be overlapping. Lets start with your first episode of reactions you experienced with clomid. Your shortness of breath,palpitations point out to an allergic reaction. If you have confirmed this reaction to clomid you need to take caution if ever you need to repeat the drug.

The symptoms of frequent urination is normally experienced in pregnancy and will definetly ease away once you have delivered.

Abdominal pain is still persists, suggest that you inform your doctor as this will be further evaluated.

Take Care and A Safe Delivery.
Answered: Tue, 12 Feb 2013
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