well today is my 5days after last pill is taken and on my opk the controll line is dark but test line is so faint
its all most not there dont know what is wronge with me my doc up my clomid to 100mg and still not working
am so let down about it i just know the clomid 100mg would work has anyone been throw this befor?i need to know
am not alone in this i just dont know why 100mg has not worked
i been on clomid for 3cycles now and its not working for me.i have used it befor and it did work it was 50mg days 5to9 i now have a son with the help of clomid but this time am ready to try for another baby and its not working
dont know why it work for me befor and not now.my son is turning 2 aug16th and i want to give him a sis/brother so he can grow up with him/her
but clomid is just not working so i dont know what to do as the outher ovulaten drugs are too high for me so i dont know what to do.
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