to cut a long story short. i ovulated(for the first time) last month on my second round of clomid. on monday my temp went down and i got my period. tuesday temp was down. yesterday (i did sit up in bed in a hurry with a fright then remembered to take my temp. so whether this affected it) my temp was up 36.8 today 36.7 (these are high for me) and my period has stopped. i did start taking clomid on tuesday and took a pregnancy test yesterday just to be sure cause i have bee feeling really lathargic and sick.. could i be pregnant or what is going on?? only thing im worried about is that if i keep taking clomid and i was pregnant could it abort the baby? was gonna see what my temp was tomorrow and call the specialist but its easter.. hmm what would u do? i also live an hour out of town so i cant just duck down to the dr.
thanks for reading and i hope someone can help me .
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05-04-2012 07:26 #1Junior Member
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has this ever happened to anyone?? please help!
08-04-2012 18:10 #2
Can you call your doctor/gynaelogist ?
Sorry I don't have any advice. I don't take Clomid but just wanted to bump this for you
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