Hi! I'm 28 and have been ttc for 6 years with my husband. I seen a specialist who did a Laposcopy 10 months ago and found I had Endometriosis, blocked tubes and a closed scared over cervix plus large cycts on both ovarys. He removed what he could then started me on monthly Zolodx injections for 6 months.
My period came back naturally after the last injection wore off then I started Clomid 50 mg day 2-7. I ovulated on day 24 and I'm now at day 44!!!! I've taken pt x 5 and they came back Negative so I think the clomid may not of worked and my periods are all over the place?
Anyone else have long menstral cycles on Clomid? Any advice is appreciated :-) TY
hi, i would go back to your specialist for advice. Im on clomid 50mg and my cycles have been 28 and 29 days so far (previously and thing up to 90 days). Everyones different but i understand your concern 44 days seems a little longer than the average cycle. Perhaps you should give it a few more days and if nothing contact your specialist.
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