July 6 - I had my period (which was induced with progestin)
July 8- 12 (days 3-7) I took clomid.
July 26 (day 21) I had my progesterone checked & got results of a "16" which means I did ovulate. I think I ovulated around the 15th.
According to a 28 day cycle I should of started on Friday - still no period!
My boobs are sore (nipples are very hard and I have tons of bumps), I am having cramping, headaches, and I am very fatigued.
Am not really sure when I should start a period ( i was really irregular before due to not ovulating)
I am going to wait until next weekend to take another test, because I don't wanna waste more money on tests and that gives it a whole week late (if I hadn't started by then)
Anybody been in this situation and what was your outcome?
a friend of mine did samething with her lil girl she took preg test and it show up neg so she waited till her cycle was 7days late and it show she was preg.so yes i have hurd of samething happen good luck to u
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