I had a blighted ovum last September and DNC at 12 weeks because spontaneous m/c never occured. I had 2 normal cycle after that, then nothing. Wasn't ovulating or getting mensus. I was put on provera and then still didn't ovulate then clomid 50 mg. Im on CD 18 and still no positive opk or bbt. Called my ob and she looked at my charting (which I have on my profile here) and she agreed that I didn't ovulate this cycle and to go ahead and take provera agian and clomid 100 mg next cycle. I dont' have PCOS or any other issue, just simply stopped ovulating for no apperant reason. Was wondering if I should wait till cd 30 to take provera as that is usually how long my cycles are or is it ok to what my ob said and take it now to start my mensus. Last time it took 7 days after my 10th pill to start. Thanks.
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