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    Default clomid confusion

    i have been on 100mg clomid. i had day 22 progesterone blood test which came back at 11. from everything i have read i should have ovulated...am now 5 days overdue and now sign of period...and have had a negative pregnancy test....

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    Hi hun, just to clarify what do you mean all you read??? A result of 11 is considered negative for ovulation, fs wants 20+ to confirm o.... You may be late because your hormone levels were too low to induce af?? Or you didn't ovulate mid cycle, have done later, and still in 14 day lp. What did your doctor say??

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    all the info the dr gave me.. they said anything over 5 was ok. so many different measurements its confusing. ready to give up

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    lilie don't give up. You may have ovulated but just a little later than expected. For example, if you ovulated on day 18 then on day 22 your progesterone would still be increasing and wouldn't have reached it's peak (it reaches it's highest level 1 week after ovulation). What day are you on now?
    I have heard that clomid can make your cycles slightly longer too. Can your FS do a pregnancy blood test for you to see if the HPT was a false negative?

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    A fertility specialist said anything over 5 is ok??? I have no advice then, sorry hun. That's very different to what my dr told me Don't give up. Good luck xox

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    hi thanks for all the info...has been hectic over xmas thats for sure! i havent been back to the dr yet...still no sign of periods might do another test if thats negative will go back to the dr then...thanks for all the support. everything is so hard to understand and i have learnt to stay away from google!


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    I agree with the others. Anything over 25 is considered Ovulation. Mine were always around the 60 mark. I think you've been given some conflicting advise. I'd ring his office and clarify to make sure your understanding what you've been told.

    Good Luck!


 

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