I hope this is the correct place to post this question, if not, I apologize.
I had previously been on Clomid for six months, ending in August at 250mg. I was able to get pregnant, but the baby stopped forming at 8 weeks and shortly after we lost it. My husband and I had tried two years prior to taking the clomid, so we figured this December we would try again. After I menstruated, my doctor had me take the five days at 250mg of Clomid and on day twenty-one (which was yesterday), I had my blood draw. The nurse just called to say my progesterone levels are at 74.1. Is this even possible? Could this be a fluke? My doctor and the nurse have a strong feeling I am pregnant, so they scheduled me a pregnancy test for Monday...But I sort of want to see if anyone else had this happen, and if they actually were.
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