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    :/ that used to happen to me too. I want to start temping again but I keep forgetting lol

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    Haha I've been very strict on myself to temp daily. Do it as my alarm goes off for the gym which is good. Today I have a temp drop and slight bleed early this morning. Wasn't anything major though, hardly noticed it. Hopefully that's a good sign. See if temp goes back up tomorrow 😊

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    What dpo are you now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by miss_petepie View Post
    Haha I've been very strict on myself to temp daily. Do it as my alarm goes off for the gym which is good. Today I have a temp drop and slight bleed early this morning. Wasn't anything major though, hardly noticed it. Hopefully that's a good sign. See if temp goes back up tomorrow 😊
    I don't even set an alarm... Baby gets me up. Fingers crossed for you xx

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    First xline would make it 7DPO then it moved to 4DPO. Boobs don't feel sore anymore so not sure what that means..

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    Hi ladies. I have been mia for a while on Bub hub! Great to see some bfps in my absence though!!!! Today is CD89 on my first cycle of Clomid. Got excited that af had arrived yesterday but all spotting seems to have stopped, this was my first cycle of Clomid and it's been 89 agonising days, needless to say that Clomid didn't work this cycle! The 3 cycles before I started Clomid my cycles were around 35 days. My question is should I take Clomid again, or is it the Clomid that has messed up my cycles up? I have NEVER had a cycle this long beforeIt's so disheartening any help or advice would be appreciated as I'm losing faith!

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    Welcome back! Sorry but I have no clomid experience xx

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    Are you using Clomid under the care of an FS? Usually they will monitor your bloods and scan for follicles, if a dominate follicle is present you have a hcg injection to release it. If you're not being monitored and just taking Clomid and hoping it works - chances are it won't. I know when I was taking Clomid without being monitored (trying to save money), I always had long cycles and never ovulated and I really think it's because I only followed part of the process.

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    I wasn't being monitored and if it went too long I would just have it again. Clomid only worked once for me as I doubled the dose and then it worked once over a 6 month stint.

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    I think there's no point to Clomid unless there is something to assist the release, but that's going by my own experience. When I was monitored, I ovulated every time on Clomid. When I freelanced it, it never worked.

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