my progestrone count was initialy 6 and went up to 128 on my first month of clomid, was 128 the 2nd month of clomid, now i have a cyst and have stoped taking clomid. what does this mean?
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Clomiphene works extremely well for some women with ovulatory disorders. By your progesterone levels, obviously you were ovulating on your CC cycles. A simple cyst is not a big problem, but can delay your next cycle. Sometimes using the injectable drug FSH can be a better alternative to using clomiphene, Generally you feel a bit less emotional on it, but it needs to be started at a really low dose. Ask your FS what they were thinking of doing as the next step. they have all your history and should be able to give you good advice regarding further CC versus, IVF etc. Dr Sonya Jessup
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