Hey! This is my first time to be on this site as well as my first month to take Clomid. I had my period on June 11, 2007 and began taking 50mg of Clomid the next day for days 2-6 of my cycle. I tested for ovulation on days 11-17 of my cycle and never had a positive test. A few days after day 17 I developed a cyst on my right ovary, and then a few days later a cyst on my left ovary. On day 22 I had my progesterone level taken and it was 22.8. My Dr. was very excited and said that I did ovulate, just probably later in the month than when I was testing. I took a Home Preg. Test on Day 30 and it was negative. Now, I am taking Prometrium to try and get my period...I am on day 32 of my cycle, still with no period. I have been cramping for about a week, have sore breasts, and have been running to the bathroom all the time. I know that those could be side effects from the Clomid though. Anyway, I am wondering, could I be pregnant? When should I take another HPT? Also, I don't understand all the abbreviations yet...sorry for the long message! I would appreciate any insight from people who have or are taking Clomid with irregular periods! Thanks!
i took clomid with both pregnancies. i know its frustrating. i had no side effects from the clomid but, only took it once for both pregnancies. my friend almost went 7 months of clomid and had to invitro. she is pregnant now. don't give up hope. i took my test 3 days after i was suppose to get my period and it was negative. it took almost a week. it maybe the clomid keep trying.
Thank you for your response. It is so hard not to get so bogged down in all the details of this. I have never thought about one thing so much! How long do you think I should wait before I take another HPT?
if your period was june 11, how many days does ur cycle run? mine runs 30 days. i took my test five days after i was suppose to get my period. it was negative then i was getting frustrated and took dollar tests for a week until i got a good dark line. good luck. i'm praying for u. keep me updated.
Thank you for praying for me! That is the thing that is so confusing for me...I don't have a regular cycle. My Dr. told me to base everything on a 28 day cycle because I have to take progesterone to be able to start my period each month. I usually wait a few days after 30 days, then take a HPT, then start taking progesterone...but this is my first month to take the clomid and get my progesterone level taken!! I KNOW that this will all come together for good, but it can be so nerve racking!
Hi im on my 3rd cycle of clomid 50 mg on days (5-9) on my 1st cycle my progesterone level was 1 and the 2nd cycle it was 12.5 and now on my 3rd its 21 and i get tested on day 21 of my cycle...i have to agree with most of the women on here that this is very fusterating...because i've had 4 misscarriages so I really want this to work...anyone with any advice would be greatly appreciated thanks
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