Ok here is my question, i have been having regular cycles but they have been light. we are ttc so i have also been using the Answer brand opks from walgreens. they come in a box of 20 strips. today is CD 14 and still no positive i have been using these strips for the last 3 montths and have yet to get a positive.....i lost my baby girl at 22wks in jan so i know i ovulate just not sure whats going on. My Dr did give me a Rx for Femara 2.5mg to take 2 tablets on CD 3-7 on my next cycle. i am checking the opks just in case cause i dont want to super ovulate if there is such a thing, any thoughts?
Hi i had fermara, i never had more than one or max 2 follicles that matured at one time. Its not like clomid that produces many many follicles. hope this helps. It really helped me to sort out my cycles.
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