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    Oh good. That makes me a little more positive about starting it. The list is so long in the pamphlet!

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    My only side effects were the hot flashes, headache and moodiness but only had them very mild on 1 day with both 50mg and 100mg.

    Desperatetobeamummie I have my progesterone test on Thursday too. Good luck!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReBeCcA7 View Post
    Oh good. That makes me a little more positive about starting it. The list is so long in the pamphlet!
    You will be fine, it's exciting not scary positive thoughts Not sure what your pamphlet says but I read somewhere if you have it at night like 7 or 9pm then you sleep through the worst of it. I'm not sure I had mine at 7am and wasn't to bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teeja View Post
    My only side effects were the hot flashes, headache and moodiness but only had them very mild on 1 day with both 50mg and 100mg.

    Desperatetobeamummie I have my progesterone test on Thursday too. Good luck!!
    What does the progesterone test check?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shelby27 View Post
    What does the progesterone test check?
    It's a day 21 blood test (6-8 days after you ovulate) to see if your progesterone levels have risen to confirm ovulation. I have mine on day 24 though to allow for late ovulation which can happen with clomid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teeja View Post
    It's a day 21 blood test (6-8 days after you ovulate) to see if your progesterone levels have risen to confirm ovulation. I have mine on day 24 though to allow for late ovulation which can happen with clomid.
    What day do you normally ovulate Teeja? I have mine on day 21 to check my progesterone last month was 84.. My FS was really happy with that result. Pity AF turned up I don't like getting my hopes up.

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    Tested again this morning bfn. Af due tomorrow so shall wait for her to show up and start over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kayem View Post
    Tested again this morning bfn. Af due tomorrow so shall wait for her to show up and start over.
    Sorry to hear

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    Quote Originally Posted by Desperatetobeamummie View Post
    What day do you normally ovulate Teeja? I have mine on day 21 to check my progesterone last month was 84.. My FS was really happy with that result. Pity AF turned up I don't like getting my hopes up.
    I didn't ovulate on my first round of clomid and FF had me ovulating on cd17 but has changed it to cd19 this cycle. I can't remember what my levels were last time but were obviously low as I didn't O. I really hope I did this cycle!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teeja View Post
    I didn't ovulate on my first round of clomid and FF had me ovulating on cd17 but has changed it to cd19 this cycle. I can't remember what my levels were last time but were obviously low as I didn't O. I really hope I did this cycle!
    I think my FS said anything over 20 means you ovulated. Touch wood I have everything crossed.


 

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