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If you are on clomid 50mg days 5-9 and metformin 1000mg every day trying to conceive how soon should you have results?

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2006-04-13 10:39:50
2006-04-13 10:39:50

unfortunatly your question has no definite answer.Everybody is different.All that you can do to maximise your chances of becoming pregnant is keep up the treatment, stay healthy and wait for nature to take course.I am on the same treatment at the moment and so far its been 3months for me. But good luck. unfortunatly your question has no definite answer.Everybody is different.All that you can do to maximise your chances of becoming pregnant is keep up the treatment, stay healthy and wait for nature to take course.I am on the same treatment at the moment and so far its been 3months for me. But good luck.

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