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Trying to conceive, bloated stomach, frequent urination, feeling pressure. Taking clomid. Endoscopy done. Advise?


I am on my 3rd cycle of clomid, had an endopscopy in January where I was checked and everything is in working order. I have just turned 37. My stomach is bloated and I keep urinating since I had my op or since taking clomid, I get up 3/4 times in the night and feel pressure all the time. DO I need to go doctors? any way of getting pregnant quicker on clomid?

Asked On : Fri, 26 Apr 2013
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I would advice you to go for urine routine and microscopy test to rule out urinary infection as urine infection can lead to frequency of urination.

Clomid prescribed by your doctor is right medication for the treatment of infertility, but unfortunately there is no way to get pregnant faster than usual with clomid.

Meet your doctor with the urine report, and if needed take a course of antibiotics as per the advice of your doctor.

Don't worry, take care.

Dr. Rishma lakhani
Answered: Sun, 28 Apr 2013
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