i have decided to start taking clomid and attempt naturally instead of doing iui. i will be on 150 mg of clomid from days 5-9. after i take the clomid when should i start trying ?? also has anyone gotten pregnant doing it this way instead of doing clomid with insemination.
150 mg can be rough. I felt like a crazy beast on that dosage. Isn't even make it through that dosage to be honest. I'll tell you what my dr told me when I was on that dosage. Be sure to try days 10-20 every other day. My new doc says that you can try every day & not necessarily eod. My new dr has also taught me how to tell when I'm close to ovulating. I always had little punchy cramps round days 12-15 & thought it was cysts. He's not seen any since starting with him october & said that it was indicative of ovulation. He told me to try every day on the days that I felt those pinches. Just my personal experience. We're back on clomid 50 & IUI (11 do iui now) hope it all works out for you!
Yes, I think that would work. I usually ovulate later on clomid than without it. So, I typically ovulate on CD 17 - but with clomid I've been ovulating on CD 20 or 21. If the clomid makes you ovulate - on 150 mil you are more than likely going to know it is going on! I mean - back aches, cramps...you should have it all. If this is your first month your EWCM should still be good (after a few months it can dry it out). I would start testing on CD 10, just to be safe. You might have to buy 2 boxes this cycle. I usually do, cause I don't want to miss it. Once my cycle is over...I feel silly that I bought them because I knew when it was happening!
I just did a round of clomid. it was only 50 but still. the Dr told me that we should be trying to concieve at a mimium of every other day from CD12-21
Then I had to do a BT on CD24-26. that BT showed my progestrone levels which were at 42... I went on thursday and got a possitive pregancy BT! And since it was a fertility clinic they did another BT this morning to make sure everything was progressing well. So I just wanted to let you know that it is possible.
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