Hi all, Im trying to conceive... I went for a scan today to find out if iv ovulated (I took my first course of Clomid a couple of weeks ago) The consultant never really said if i had ovulated but she said she couldnt find my left ovary but found my right with a few follies... (does that mean i did ovulate?) also she said my uterus lining was 6mm is that good?
Iv also been told to up my dosage of clomid from 50mg to 100mg why would she tell me to do this if iv already ovulated on 50mg?? I also gotta go back for another scan 12days after my next cycle (if i have another cycle) if i dont come on my period in 3 weeks then i have to call them to book another scan... does anyone have any idea as to why??
(read m journal to get the full story of what happend)
Clomid dose needs to be upped when the number and size of follicles s not satisfactory. Also having few follicles does not mean ovulation. The follow up scan is necessary to rule out a pregnancy. Follow up with your Doctor.
Hope this helps.
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