I am on my third Clomid cycle. The first 2 I took Clomid days 3-7. This month I couldn't get the meds until the day 5. I am currently on day 19 of my cycle and am worried I am not going to O this month. Previously I got +Fh results on day 14 and 11. Has anyone had experience with taking Clomid days 5-9 and when did you ovulate?
Hi there, I was on Clomid for 3 months and also had to take it on cd5-9. I usually ovulate around cd17 but while on clomid I would ovulate around cd21. I think you'll be getting your positive soon! :) Good luck!!
I've been on Clomid 100 mg for eight months now. I use a fertility monitor. I am exposed at first surge through highest surge. No baby. I am currently waiting on another (likely negative blood pregnancy test). I am very discouraged. My husband and I really cannot afford IVF but we want a child. We have one child, which took over 2.5 years to conceive. Then, I suffered from severe PPD. I am very discouraged at this time. I have every single possible symptom of pregnancy but no pregnancy.
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