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After going on to a week straight of a HEAVY AF (normally a light 3 days period) I am wondering what you went through....
Also, I've passed a lot more clots/lining this time than ever! If my lining is super thin this month I wouldn't be the least bit shocked! I was thinking it would be light since I only had a 23 day cycle before she showed but nope, I was wrong.
After years of trying, 2 years of fertility meds, multiple surgeries, blood draws and needle sticks, some awful pre-IVF complications, and endometriosis and PCOS,
We are done TTC. Praying for peace as we accept this...
Hoping for some comfort after our most recent (and 3rd) surgery and starting Lupron!
My Af's were a LOT heavier after clomid. Before my AF's were about 3 days long with maybe one full day of a light bleed. After a clomid cycle I have heavy bleeding for at least 4 days and AF usually sticks around for a total of 7. They way it was explained to me was that I wasn't actually ovulating and therefore when I was having a annovulatory bleed it was very light. After ovulating on clomid and a trigger with a thicker lining, it was a lot heavier. I think it's probably normal.
Yet another wonderful siggy by HeatherW.... thank you so much!!!
Mine were all over the place on Clomid. The first one was so heavy I thought I might be dying, but I was on vacation so I just muddled through it. They got lighter after that, two were pretty close to what I normally have and one was light and almost pain free (which is very unusual for me).