I'd try the clomid now.
I'd try the clomid now.
Not sure if I ovulated or not...
Last two days I had a positive opk but as you fellow PCOSers know this doesn't really mean anything. I get random positives here and there. When hubby and BD I could feel pain and this normally only happens during ovulation. I have been nauseous last week too which I get before ovulation and had cramps. Temp went up by 0.4 this morning. I'll see what the next few days temping say.
As you know my clomid cycle was cancelled at CD19 as a result of E2 sitting only 250 so I was supposed to wait for a week to have blood tests to consider a higher clomid dose or induce a period. Otherwise I can wait it out until I bleed (which I think I will do as generally I will ovulate at around CD35-45 if I do not on CD18-21 as I would in a good cycle)...
As a general question - can clomid make you ovulate late? I am CD26 today.
I have no clomid experience sorry but I did get pregnant from a late ovulation cd35+
I ovulate 2 out of 3 cycles. This means every third cycle I do not ovulate. Osculatory cycles are 32/33 days for me and I ovulate CD18/19 or sometimes CD20. Anovulatory cycles (calculated on first day of AF until some sort of break through bleed starts) are anywhere between 24-37 days for me.
Because I do not ovulate every cycle and, if I do, I don't ovulate until CD18 and because I have a high LH I was put on clomid to:
(A) have a stronger better ovulation
(B) bring ovulation forward
(C) grow healthier follicles
Hope that helps
So my doctors cancelled my cycle as you know and said I won't ovulate as my estrogen levels were only up to 250 by CD18 and that I can expect an anovulatiory bleed or start peovera as of yesterday (CD26). Lucky I temp and guess what, my temperature had risen in CD26 and is up again this morning on CD27 to my usual post ovulation temp. This means it looks like I ovulated on CD25. Now I had heavy pain in both ovaries since CD23 (normally one sided but it was both sided). All that clomid did was delay ovulation by 5 days.
Should I try the higher dose as recommended by my doctor after my period arrives?
Last edited by Mamasupial; 22-09-2015 at 06:59.
Congrats Merls!! So so glad it's all working out 😊
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