i notice that my BBT goes well when i am OFF Clomid and Metformin and when i am ON both tablets its the opposite. i noticed last month my temperature was ok and i ovulated. i wasn't on any pills last month. and this month my temperature doesn't looks toO good and i am on the pills. i went to see my doctor on cd 15 this month (today cd 17) and he said my eggs are tooo small. can someone tell me what causes this with the pills and my BBT? pls tell me what u think about this. I will appreciate it
I'm not sure about the effect of Metformin on BBTs, but Clomid has similar side effects as menopause causing hot flashes. The rise in body temperature from these hot flashes or even subtle hot flashes are most likely causing different patterns in your BBTs. My RE knew of these effects and told me that it may not be worth tracking BBTs while taking ovulatory drugs. If your eggs are too small, an additional drug may be needed like Follistim. Good luck!! Baby dust to you!
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