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I have been TTC for 18 months and have PCOS. I had my first round of Clomid 50 mg last month. It was confirmed that I did ovulate, but did not get pregnant. My doctor increased the dosage this month to 100 mg and I've had fewer symptoms than I did the first month. However, I am now 7 dpo and have been trying to ignore symptoms I'm having so that I don't get my hopes up yet again. Yesterday I started experiencing pretty severe fatigue (something not normal for me) and this morning I experienced some moderate cramping that only lasted about 10 minutes. After that occurred I started feeling dizzy while climbing flights of steps at work. I've also noticed over the past couple of days that my nipples are so sore that it hurts to touch them. And today I am feeling the urge to cry over every little thing. I realize all of this could just be from the clomid causing heightened hormones, but I am experiencing symptoms this cycle that I did not experience last time. I also want to add that these are not common symptoms for me preceding AF. Have you ladies had similar experiences? Any support/feedback is welcome.
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If you're not keeping track of your menstrual cycle or if it varies widely from one month to the next. You may not be sure when to expect your period. But if you start to feel some of the early pregnancy symptoms below (not all women get them) and you're wondering why you haven't gotten your period. You may very well be pregnant. In spite of what you might read on the box. Many home pregnancy tests are not sensitive enough to reliably detect pregnancy until about a week after a missed period. So if you decide to take a test earlier than that and get a negative result, try again in a few days. Remember that a baby starts to develop before you can tell you're pregnant, so take care of your health while you're waiting to find out, and watch for more early pregnancy symptoms. Unfortunately, many of these signs and symptoms aren't unique to pregnancy. Some can indicate that you're getting sick or that your period is about to start. Likewise, you can be pregnant without experiencing many of these symptoms.

The pressure to raise a family can be enormous. And the thought of not being able to have children can make many people feel something is wrong with them. If you're always putting up a brave front, others won't understand what you're going through. And you'll feel even more alone. It can be helpful to sort out your thoughts and feelings by writing them down in a journal first. And then sharing whatever feels comfortable with trusted friends or family. When you start feeling like you "should have" or "could have," remind yourself that your fertility problem is not your fault. Even if you could have made different decisions in the past, they're behind you. Focus on the present. You can get more assistance from your clinic. Especially emotional help. Since disappointments seems like they have gotten a bigger part of you. My doctor in bio tex helped me great deal when infertility treated me as a monster.

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