Clomid after only two months TTC??

posted 2 years ago in TTC
Post # 2
7196 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: February 2013

Hmmm that sounds kind of crazy after only 2 months TTC and so soon after baby #1. I’m 10 months PP and I’m just starting to get my first period. I’d be getting a second opinion.

Post # 3
904 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: January 1975

mixtaperomance:  Get your doctor to answer all the questions you have, reiterate that fact that you and your DH are no longer actively trying,  and then get a 2nd opinion. 

I suffer with PCOS and do NOT ovulate. Medication is needed. I did however do a super clean up on my diet and added supplements. These have helped with the PCOS symptoms, but did nothing for me in terms of getting ovulation going. But I’ve been diagnosed with PCOS a long time ago & was warned about fertility issues.

Just don’t go ahead with anything you’re not comfortable with. It’s good you have started on some research, just don’t get yourself worked up about some of the stuff you may read on the internet. 

Best of Luck!! 

Post # 4
6467 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: September 2011

mixtaperomance:  I have no advice, but please question everything. Don’t feel like you have to do what one doctor says. You could always seek a second opinion. Remember it’s your body and you decide what to do with it. It breaks my heart to see people do crazy things when it’s not always needed. It’s like giving a kid candy to shut their mouth. You certainly can get pregnant, and it might just a take a little while more. Best of luck.

Post # 5
498 posts
Helper bee

I guess be thankful that you have a doctor willing to do whatever it takes to make it happen for you, but it’s totally your choice how long you wait to give your body a chance to self-regulate. If it were me, I wouldn’t take such drastic measures so quickly. 

Post # 6
1169 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: February 2011

Are you bf’ing at all? Post partum hormones are notorious for being all over the place and even more so if you’re nursing.

you don’t need to do anything you’re not comfortable with so there’s no need to rush the meds if you’re happy waiting!

Post # 7
12 posts

Is it not possible that since you are only 8 months postpartum your hormones could still be out of whack???

Several of my friends didn’t see AF until 8+ months postpartum and I’m quite sure hormones take time to regulate as well.

I’d seek clarification from your doc and/or a second opinion as well. As long as you are not in a rush, as you stated, it may still be very possible to see a pregnancy without any interventions.

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