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    Hi, im on clomid and at my day 21 blood test my progesterone level was 16, Does that mean i didn't ovulate yet? I think i may have O'd on day 20 if so when would my levels peak after ovulation? and what kind of level is typical after ovulation?

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    Bump.... please someone must know

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    I think anything above 25 means you ovulated successfully. If you ovulated late, it may be to early for it to have risen.

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    Hi bokki
    I think anything over 10 is an ovulation... However I think they like it to be much higher on clomid..which isn't a problem because if u get your BFP they will most probably boost it up with progesterone pessaries..
    But yes I would say you did ovulate..
    I'm also on clomid 100mg
    My day 21 bloods if I haven't ovulated are "less than one" ..
    Last year we fell pregnant ( but unfortunately had a mc) and my day 21bloods were 68...
    But please know that everyone is different and their levels are different as well!!!
    I hope this helps and I have my fingers crossed that you get your BFP this month x

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    Thank you both so much Do you know jow long the level takes to rise? im very sure i O'd the day before i had the blood test??

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    Since ovulation is normally on day 14/15, then test on day 21, I would say about 5 days to a week.
    Don't worry too much about levels. Something has obviously happened for your prog. To go up a little .
    Also remember when googling the measurements are different in the US, different units. What is considered as ten there is around 30 here.

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    Ten units compared to around 30 units here.

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    I just had mine done but I dont have results yet... I ovulate usually around day 21 and my dr said not to go till day 28, so maybe if it's not too late you could get another test done?


 

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