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a friend suggested she could get clomid on internet

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AprilSkies44 Sat 08-Apr-17 20:48:26

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CherryElf Sat 08-Apr-17 21:10:55

Not a great idea Hun, you could do some research into soy isoflavones? They're meant to be natures equivalent to Clomid...

Failing that, would your GP consider putting you on the pill for a while to see if you had a withdrawal bleed and possible ovulation after?

KP86 Sat 08-Apr-17 21:20:47

You can do an online consultation with Oxford Online Pharmacy and if they agree they will prescribe clomid. Consult costs £25 and another £20 or so for the script.


AprilSkies44 Sat 08-Apr-17 21:21:50

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AprilSkies44 Sat 08-Apr-17 21:29:40

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KP86 Sun 09-Apr-17 07:56:49

When you search for clomid it's on the same page. IIRC, you need to put the consultation into your shopping basket and then once it's all paid for they send you a link to fill in.

Emma2803 Sun 09-Apr-17 09:26:12

Surely if your gp thought clomid would help they would prescribe clomid for you?? If you've had regular periods all along you would assume that your were ovulating and that it is just this one cycle that you have missed an ovulation?
Not meaning to be rude but at 45 your gp may think that it may be related to menopause. Perhaps you should see a different gp for a second opinion before taking matters into your own hands.
Good luck.

Oysterbabe Sun 09-Apr-17 10:53:05

I think paying privately for investigations is going to be your only real option.

AprilSkies44 Wed 12-Apr-17 23:47:38

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