Clomid and uterine liningJuly 18 2012 at 3:54 PM
|Ellie (no login)|
I'm about to start clomid for the first time and am wondering if it affects your uterine lining?
I heard it thins it out - but does anyone know if this is a short term thing only?
Just want to hear from others that things go back to normal after? I'm scared of all drugs!
no personal experience with clomid, but
|July 18 2012, 7:49 PM |
my friend did take it and her lining was thin. Red raspberry leaf tea helps build your lining, try to drink 2-3 cups per day.
If taken consecutively it will produce a thinner lining. However if you are more advance on POF/DOR (or don't get AF) your lining may be thin to begin with and you'll need to support with some sort of estrogen. Ask your doctor proactively!
I didn't have that problem
|July 19 2012, 11:59 AM |
but a lot of people do. I only took it 3X though and not consequitively. GL, a lot of people with high FSh do not have good luck with it.
Please avoid taking clomid if you can (pg ment)
|July 20 2012, 10:03 AM |
it is an awful drug especially for women over 40. It does thin your lining and it also can really screw up your hormones. LONG TERM because it doesn't leave your body like femara does. It accumulates and over time the levels increase. Go over to the high fsh board and do a search for clomid side effects (may have to use different key words) and you will find tons of information about clomid and also the effects it has had on users. I know that there are people who had had success with it but personally I would stay away from it.
When I was trying for #2, my second RE was in favour of me using clomid. I went onto the forum and received a resounding "NO" from my buddies. I refused the clomid and 3 cycles later I was pg with ds #2 with hsg and timed intercourse. I was 43. Why exactly does your RE want you to use it?
Did for me
|July 24 2012, 6:38 PM |
I tried 3 cycles with Clomid, and only then did my dr. tell me that my uterine lining was probably too thin for an egg to implant (for all of those cycles!), and that the Clomid was probably to blame. Would have been better off with natural cycles! Got pregnant on cycle 8--#4 with Folistim. Good luck!
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