Purposely Pregnant With Twins Multiples With Clomid

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veronica56 - April 6

Safestonlinepharmacy.com is where I bought 100mg without a prescription and got twins

 

Hope42 - May 2

Hey I'm new here,actually been reading thru this tread since I stumbled on it.i find it very useful an interesting cos i'v learned so much already.i'm 27yrs old an my husband n I are TTC for a year now.last wk I went to the gy/obs for a regular check-up and he dd an ultrasound n said I had an ovarian cyst but nothing to worry about.i have my period regularly like a clock always on time so I hope that means I do ovulate????? Anyway I'm thinking of taking Clomid not prescribed to boost my chances.my husband already has 2 children from a previous relationship. I really want a baby and I'm getting worried.any advice is welcomed . Baby dust to all*****~~~~*****~~~~~*****

 

wanttwinsasmyfirsts - July 20

Hi everyone, I am new here but have read most of this forum. I won't be TTCing for at least 2 years and just wondering about Clomid sucess stories for someone like me. Please don't judge me. A little bit about me: 24 years old - NO FERTILITY ISSUES WHATSOEVER. Just under 5'3 135 lbs (I want to stress that I am resposible! I was top of my cla__s in high school and graduated from a a rock star college in Boston. I have a stable position and will be promoted in six months to a year guaranteed PLUS a lot more money).I have been with my partner (living together) for over 5 years. He is a drop dead movie start looking turning 25 years old in Oct. We are super in love and have known in each other for 10 years total. We have talked marriage, house, kids (in that order). We are looking at houses in the fall to buy in a year and wedding plans for a year from now as well. Then ideally ttcing the following year. Anywho, I really would like to provide twins as our first and maybe last children. I just really want to experience this journey of two and also want my children close in age. I am not crazy or want to have a bunch of kids for the wrong reasons.I am also pro-choice - I FIRMLY BELIEVE that a woman should be able to do to her body what she best thinks is right for her. Therefore, I want this journey because I think that its right for me. I am aware of the risks a__sociated with Clomid - but its my choice. My sister in law (my FH sis) just had a pair of identical twin girls (naturally conceived). She is preemie herself and she also has a 2 year old daughter and just turned 20. We both think its a little soon for her to have so many, considering she didn't finish school and honestly can't financially support even one of them. Baby daddy is in the picture thank god.But a miracle is a miracle no matter what and its her body/her choice. The twins girls are 7 weeks old now perfectly healthy and so beautiful! They came a month early ( but that was basically expected because momma is 4ft9 and was at 90 lbs when she began her pregnancy). I've been just over moon and wishing for MY OWN SET ever since!! But have honestly secretly wished for twins my whole life. Will be happy with a singleton as well. But since I will be young and have no med history - I figure why not shoot high? I have been researching this topic for weeks now and will probably continue to do so up until we TTC. SO SORRY THAT THIS IS SOOO LONG - JUST DON'T WANT TO OFFEND ANYONE. I am also aspiring writer so hopefully this was entertaining - but don't worry I wont quit my day job hahahaa. Can we get more recent success stories? Also please can I get a response to the below questions? Has anyone else my age tried Clomid and upped their chances for twins while being perfectly fertile? I am hoping for B/G twins. The possibility for Triplets or Quads scares the c___p out of me. However, I am ready to take on the responsibility even though the chances are slim. But since I am fertile now would Clomid increase my chances of having more than two babies? Again I will probably be closer to 26 yrs old when we start TTC but I am planning to take 50 mg of u/p Clomid on CD 3-7 and supplement with evening primrose oil right up until ovulation day. thanks for reading the above novel lol please reply...

 

HappinessIsHugs - August 4

A couple of thoughts. First, most doctors will tell you that it's not safe to try for twins, and some countries have even pa__sed laws limiting IVF treatments. Not only is this incredibly paternalistic, but it's also probably based on faulty science. First, many of the twin studies which show more danger to the mother and health problems for the children date from older cohorts--sometimes much older cohorts. In other words, the health chances for babies born in 2014+ is being based on the health outcomes of babies born in the 1980s and even decades before. Many medical improvements have occurred since then, of course. As an example about how this can change things, consider studies about step-children. In earlier decades and among poorer families, step-children are more likely to suffer poor health and do worse in school. However, these outcomes disappear when the studies look at modern, middle cla__s families. It is true that a mother who herself has poor health, high stress and other difficulties will have a harder time caring for twins. But does this mean that middle cla__s women, who have been planning and saving to create a stable and wanted family should be discouraged from having twins? I think that is ridiculous. The second issue is about the danger to the mother. It is true that it is more dangerous to carry twins to term than a singleton. But it is not more dangerous than carrying to term TWO sequential children, especially for women over thirty-five. In fact, for women over thirty-five, it may actually be safer to have twins. Now it is more dangerous, I a__sume, to self-medicate rather than go through a doctor; but as long as so many doctors refuse to help women have twins, based on the false, paternalistic idea that it's not good for them, it's likely this will continue. There are some doctors who are more reasonable, however. Let's hope more like that come along and people stop freaking out as if wanting twins were a terrible crime.

 

HappinessIsHugs - August 4

A couple of thoughts. First, most doctors will tell you that it's not safe to try for twins, and some countries have even pa__sed laws limiting IVF treatments. Not only is this incredibly paternalistic, but it's also probably based on faulty science. First, many of the twin studies which show more danger to the mother and health problems for the children date from older cohorts--sometimes much older cohorts. In other words, the health chances for babies born in 2014+ is being based on the health outcomes of babies born in the 1980s and even decades before. Many medical improvements have occurred since then, of course. As an example about how this can change things, consider studies about step-children. In earlier decades and among poorer families, step-children are more likely to suffer poor health and do worse in school. However, these outcomes disappear when the studies look at modern, middle cla__s families. It is true that a mother who herself has poor health, high stress and other difficulties will have a harder time caring for twins. But does this mean that middle cla__s women, who have been planning and saving to create a stable and wanted family should be discouraged from having twins? I think that is ridiculous. The second issue is about the danger to the mother. It is true that it is more dangerous to carry twins to term than a singleton. But it is not more dangerous than carrying to term TWO sequential children, especially for women over thirty-five. In fact, for women over thirty-five, it may actually be safer to have twins. Now it is more dangerous, I a__sume, to self-medicate rather than go through a doctor; but as long as so many doctors refuse to help women have twins, based on the false, paternalistic idea that it's not good for them, it's likely this will continue. There are some doctors who are more reasonable, however. Let's hope more like that come along and people stop freaking out as if wanting twins were a terrible crime.

 

HappinessIsHugs - August 4

Arg, sorry for the double post.

 

HappinessIsHugs - August 4

Did the clomid help the identical twins? Usually it's a__sociated with fraternal twins, right? But this is not the first time I've read about identicals resulting.

 

kates7869 - March 5

I was diagnosed with poor ovarian reserve and very bad prognosis of having a baby with my own eggs.I was even given the option to consider donor eggs.That was around july 2014, I arranged an IVF for November 2014,it failed also,I contacted on facebook(Oduduwa Ajakaye)Believe it or not, Im pregnant!

 

Hymlyde - October 28

Hi Jojo, where did you order yours? I would love the information please. 

 

mytime00 - November 17

how did it go??

 

Lisa2020 - March 9

Could anyone recommend a safe online pharmacy to purchase Clomid please? Many thanks

 

Hopin4Twins - December 10

Hi Ladies, I found this thread on Google as I have also been researching twins.  I had a dream I would have them but not feeling hopeful lol! So want to push the process along.  A bit about me:

Baby 1 1994 died after a 24 week pregnancy (boy)

Baby 2 2010 died after a 24 week pregnancy (Boy)

Baby 3 healthy boy born in 2015 

After my third son I was diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis, I'd had it for years but never diagnosed.  I am now 40.  Now all my symptoms are understood it's never been a better time to have a baby as I will be FULLY monitored.  Pregnancy doesn't "agree" with me so would love to have twins so I can complete my family rather than have more pregnancies.  

I was quite upset to read on another forum the ignorant and judgmental comments about purposefully wanting twins so I am so pleased to read a thread where facts can be shared with no judgement.  I'd been worried about using Clomid but now hoping to get some online.  I'd love to hear the follow ups to people's stories here.

Love and baby dust to you all. xx

 

 

Dal - April 6

Hi all,

Doing some research on clomid and want to know how long is best to wait after coming off birth control to start? Can you start right as you go into your withdrawal bleed when taking the last placebo pills, or is it better to wait a full birth control free cycle?

Thanks!

 

Dal - April 6

Hi all,

Doing some research on clomid and want to know how long is best to wait after coming off birth control to start? Can you start right as you go into your withdrawal bleed when taking the last placebo pills, or is it better to wait a full birth control free cycle?

Thanks!

 

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