So me and my bf have been TTC for over a year now and I rarely get a period so obviously I don't ovulate. I had a period March 30th until April 18th and then nothing. In July my doctor prescribed Provera and I took it from July 2nd until July 11th. I got my period on July 14th. It was very heavy ( a super tampon every half hour & still leaking through).
So here I am 6 days before going back to my OB to start another round on Provera and then Clomid and I just started my period... I don't know how to feel but I'm very emotional for some reason. I'm scared now that I started my period my OB is not going to start me on Clomid now. =( I've been trying so long and so hard and I don't know what's going to happen now...
Not sure about your situation, but it's a good thing you started on your own. Maybe now you'll be ovulating so maybe you want to start OPKs to detect ovulation. I don't see why the doctor wouldn't still prescribe clomid. Just try to relax and not get stressed out about things. I know it's easy for me to say, but trust me it helps. I've been trying for a year and a half to get pregnant and nothing. So I'm in your shoes.
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