does anyone know if injectables are used alone... or combined with other meds like clomid or something else... also are injectables usually used within a certain day of your cycle? I know with clomid i had to take it on days 5-9, what days would you have to do the injectables?
I used the injections starting on the evening of day 3. You will have to go in and get a few ultrasounds to see how much the follicles have grown. I never heard of using the clomid and the injectables simultaneously. When your doc says it time, (your follicles have to grow to about 15) you'll take a different injection to make you ovulate within 24 hours and then you will be inseminated (if that is what you are doing). I am on my second try and waiting to see if I get a period. Good luck!
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