Hi i have just taken my first course of Norethisterone to bring on a period as i haven't had any periods for 3 yrs and i am not ovulating. The consultant wants me to take Clomid 5mg on day 2 of my bleed. What happens if i don't bleed, do ii start to take Clomid?
Hi! If you were my patient, I would advise you to call me if you didn't respond to the norethisterone within two weeks. If you don't have a withdrawl bleed, things might be a bit more complicated as far as hormones and medication goes. Clomid may still work, but we would need to come up with a plan for when you should take it. Good luck! Dr B
i contacted my hospital to ask for advice as well and they said if i hadn't seen a bleed after 10 days of stopping the norethisterone, then i have to call them back on Friday, which will be 10 days after stopping the norethisterone to bring on a bleed. I've been getting symptoms, but no sign of a bleed. What do you think could be wrong?
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