am on comid days 3to7 50mg got day 21 blood work back and it said 13 doc said anything over 10 was ovulaten has anyone thats on clomid have a good outcome with day 21 coming back at 13 i just dont think thats very high at all and i might not be preg just want to know if anyone got preg with day 21 being only 13
I've always been told anything over 10 is good regardless how close it is to 10. Last month was my first cycle on clomid and had my progesterone levels checked and it was in the 20s. Still no baby. Some people have gotten pregnant with progesterone levels at 8 (below 10) so I wouldn't stress too much about it. I took my second round of clomid and will be going in this week to check progesterone levels. I'm a little nervous this time around because I didn't have the strong ovulation pains and cramping that I had the first time I took clomid. Maybe that doesn't mean anything... We shall see. Good luck!
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