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01 Mar 2004

Ovary pain
I wonder if someone can help. I'm currently on Clomid - 50mg. I am 9 days post ovulation and am having very strange sentations in both of my ovaries - the same as when I ovulate. I had a cyst on the 1 ovary last month, could it be a cyst developing on the other one? It seems to move from one to the other randomly through the day??? Do cysts interfere with your ability to fall pregnant. I know they dissapate as your cycle progress's. I was told its nothing to be worried about just a side effect of the clomid - is this true?
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01 Jan 0001

It is true that Clomid can cause cysts on the ovaries, so this is probably what you are feeling. The best way to use Clomid is for your doctor to track your cycle with hormone levels and scans. If you are having pain, I would suggest that you consult your doctor, as overstimulation can sometimes occur.

Best wishes
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