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#1 of 2 Old 05-26-2009, 01:48 PM - Thread Starter
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If i have ovulation pains on both sides , does that mean I am releasing more than one egg (one or more from each)? Also does clomid have any effect on all of this?

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I have PCOS but no cysts. I have never ovulated before.
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Hi there... this sounds like Clomid. If your ovaries aren't used to ovulating, then you're gonna really feel it when it does happen. It's also common to have ovulation pains on both sides, because both sides have follicles that are maturing.

While on Clomid you should be monitored to make sure you're not being hyperstimulated. So if you haven't had an ultrasound lately, you should. Or at least call your doctor and see if he/she thinks you need one.

Good luck, I hope this is your month!
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