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Never heard of them but I have heard of Medsmex.com and you dont need a perscription to buy from them. The only bad thing about taking it without doctor monitoring is you could over stimulate your ovaries. I thought about doing that to but I changed my mind cause I couldnt have my doctor montor my ovaries and I only have one good side as it is and dont want to mess it up. I hope whatever you decide to do brings you your bfp.
I checked into this a while back. My RE did nothing to monitor me beyond my first cycle anyway, so I was just going to try again a few years later. In the US it is illegal to buy prescription medication without having a prescription. You can actually face time in prison if you do this.
There is a legal, herbal alternative. Soy Isoflavones. In 6.5 years, my only textbook cycles came from using Soy. You can purchase it at WalMart.
Clomide needs prescription and then is breaking a law taking it without an OB prescription. i don't know why they wouldn't give it to you thought you basically ask for it and they usually will give it to you.
Aside from the legal issues, it's really risky to take Clomid completely unmonitored...I was on the very lowest dose you can prescribe and within only a couple of months taking it, it had thinned out my uterine lining so much i couldn't even get pregnant. While that side effect doesn't happen for everyone who takes Clomid, you won't know if you're being impacted w/o monitoring...but as someone else mentioned there are other side effects like hyper stim of the ovaries which can be serious.
I'd just encourage you to talk to your Dr, if it's been 6 months of trying ask if you can be referred to an RE to get more tests run and try to narrow down what issue you may be experiencing and whether Clomid is an option. (((HUGS)))
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WOW im so glad you ladies have experience with the legal part of what you can and cant do with the medications. I had no clue it was against the law to buy medications from places like that. Im so glad that I didnt buy any. Now I feel stupid knowing that I could have got in alot of trouble.