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Nausea and BCP ?


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December 29th, 2013, 07:55 AM
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DH and I have been TTC for 6+ now. We have tried a cycle on just Metformin due to my PCOS. Now we are trying our first cycle with IUI. But because of when I got my last AF and doctor being on vacation in January, doc decided we should use BCP with this AF and when I get my next then we will start clomid and all. My question is, cause it has been 10+ years since I took BCP, is it normal to dry heave every day while on them? I take them around dinner and normally about an hour or so after I take them I start to feel sick. I just dry heave though but it has been everyday for over a week now and I have been on them for about 2 weeks. Is this normal?
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December 30th, 2013, 10:03 AM
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I just quit bcp for that very reason. I was nauseated all the time and falling asleep any time I was holding still. I only wanna feel that way if I'm preggo.
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