New to this site. I'm 36 have a 18 and 17 year old and have been TTc for 16 months now as my partner don't have any children of his own. Partner has has sperm test morphology 4 borderline. Me no problems just don't seem to ovulate :0( just started 1st dose of clomid 50 mg and 6 days late. My cycle is 24 days. I did had blood test done on day 14 and progestrone was 3 :0(. Every month have ovulation signs cm and pains so don't understand while progestrone test always come bk under 3 . I've been having weird pains on and off for a week now. Neg pg tests so frustratingView Thread
Hi guys, I went to the doctor because I have been unable to conceive. The doctor wanted me to get a pelvic x-ray but I had to cancel my appointment for that because something important came up that day. Anyway, at that same appointment I had blood work done. At the time I was a week away from when my period was due to start. My period has always been pretty regular but for the last few months it has been a week late. I went back today to see the results of my blood work and she told me that everything seemed normal except for my progesterone levels. My levels are at 2 and she said that they should at least be at 10. The doctor prescribed me 50mgs of Clomid. I have to take it days 5-9 once a day. My period was supposed to start on the 25th but I am still waiting for it to start. I can't wait for my period to finally start so I can start taking Clomid. I wish everyone the best of luck! Looking forward to hearing many success stories!View Thread
Hi everyone... I have a 5 year old daughter that took a year to conceive, and a 2 1/2 year old son who took...
Posted by An_257743
I have a 5 year old daughter that took a year to conceive, and a 2 1/2 year old son who took three months to conceive.
I was officially diagnosed with PCOS 2 years ago with bloodwork and excess follicles on two different ultrasounds (years apart).
I just had a D&C to remove 2 polpys in my endometrial lining and now my OB/GYN gave me the go-ahead to start Clomid!!! I just have to wait for my period now and my physician told me to call on Day 1 of my period and then she will call the prescription in and she wants me to take it on days 5-9 and then start babydancing every other day from day 12 to 22. She didn't say she wanted to follow up or anything, just that I should call on Cycle day 34 if no period came, or if I get my period after the month, to make an appointment with what to do next. She didn't tell me what dosage she is going to start me out on either. I'm so excited!! I know it is a really small chance, but I am hoping for twins so it can potentially be my last pregnancy since it isn't easy for me to get pregnant. Any success stories or advice???View Thread
I am 23 years old, and last August I became pregnant for the first time in my life. My fiance and I had been trying for three years, and after going to the doctor many times, we figured out that I did not ovulate. My periods are so irregular, that I had to take medicine to induce my period. I had a misscairage at 5 and a half weeks. We decided it was time to concieve again, and I took medicine to induce my period. I started clomid on June 7th, and finished it on June 11th. It has now been about a week, and I think I am ovulating. I am having the stings and the discharge, and I have been having sex every day. They started me on 50 mgs, even though the last time I got pregnant it was on 100mg. I definitely think that I am ovulating... is it too soon? and do you think I can get pregnant off of 50mg even though last time it took 100mgs?View Thread
Is clomid making anyone else crazy?? I am very moody, insecure, and jealous since 2 rounds! I'm angry both when I'm around my as well as when we aren't, then I just send mean texts. When does this go away??View Thread
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