I did 6 months of clomped last year and it worked once I just hate being pushed back all the time
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04-11-2013 22:53 #821
06-11-2013 19:13 #822
Hey a question on OPK's, this is my 1st cycle using them, how long after getting a positive, do you actually ovulate. I'm CD9 and started testing today and it's negative (obviously, too early), but if I were to get a positive, I guess I need to know I'll have a bit of time to 'catch it'
06-11-2013 19:20 #823
Pretty much o within 24 hours of the positive. So when you see it getting close to the darker line then bd everyday just for safe measure. I do mine at 2pm and don't drink for an hour before. You can test up til 8pm at night apparently but I don't know how accurate that is
07-11-2013 17:53 #824
Hi ladies, hope you are all well. I'm thinking of trying a new gp on the weekend as I'm cd125 and don't think I can wait for a gynae appointment anymore. What blood tests should I ask for? Thanks x
07-11-2013 18:54 #825
Oh no sure what you should ask for, perhaps just explain what's happening and they can test from there
Ugh I'm so confused, af from provera finished last Friday. Last night I had cramps and now it looks like af if back. Has anyone had a 2nd bleed before?
07-11-2013 19:25 #826Junior Member
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Hi bec, I am in the same boat. I'm cd133 and have just my gyno again and he has finally given me clomid to help things going again. I think you have waited long enough. I would get to your gyno ASAP and ask for clomid. Just explain what cd you are and that you're ttc and I'm sure they will give it to you straight away.
Also you can try natural alternatives. I am also doing accupuncture.
07-11-2013 19:48 #827
09-11-2013 09:39 #828
CD12 for me and OPK is getting darker by the day - FX!!
09-11-2013 14:27 #829
Huzzah! Great news M! Just have to wait for this random bleeding to finish and will see where I end up 😣
09-11-2013 17:04 #830
No3Please, that's a great sign! BD BD BD!!!!
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