is it possible to ovulate on day 23 of a 30 day cycle
i got a pos opk on day 16 so we bd that day and next morning had good cm. got prog checked yest at day22 doc called and said prog is low 2.03 but yest and today i have very positive opks and suggestions
it is possible that you are just going to have a longer cycle. You can O later in your cycle but your luteal phase is usually always the same every cycle but the days before O aren't always......so late O means a later AF most times unless of course you have a short luteal phase but I've heard anything less that 10 days luteal phase can't supporst a baby.
Wow, how many times did you take Clomid? Did it help? Im on my first round, 50 mg, and I just really hope that I will have O tomorrow (CD 12) or next few days. It's odd that your O was jumping from CD 27 to CD 11.....
I took it 3 months and started on 50 MG and the next month 100mg and the third 150mg I got prego and had a MC.....Aug. 27 I've had 1 period since My D&C and I'm currently 3-4 DPO and hoping this willl be the last one for a while.....
how abnormal are you cycles? Mine can either start and go on for weeks so I had to take BC pills to stop it or may not start for months.
So before I started Clomid, I was on Provera to get my period. ..this is all very frustrating because i read all different comments. ..some get pregnant from clomid, and some don't...
just want to ask some questions..i ovulated last nov4..and im now 17dpo..but still no AF..my hpt is negative..still have sore breasts..slyt cramping on and off?any comment will be highly appreciated!tnx
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