Hi everyone! My DR had me take Clomid 100 mg for cycle day 3-7, a Bravelle injection on 8/31 and an Ovidrel injection 9/5. I have been taking Progesterone 400mg supplements since the 12th. Today is 16 DPO and I took a HPT and it was negative. I have no signs of AF nor pregnancy but since AF hadn't come yet, I figured I would take the test. This is the first time I have taken Progesterone, so I was wondering if that could be the reason that AF has not started. Can progesterone supplements delay the start of AF?View Thread
Hello everyone! I am looking for a little advice. I have been TTC for many years and we have gotten pregnant 5 times. 4 ended in miscarriages and 1 in an ectopic pregnancy. We have been seeing a fertility specialist since the first miscarriage in 2008 and have had all the test ran. Everything has come back as normal but I cannot seem to stay pregnant. The doctor has even checked my fallopian tubes twice to make sure that I had no damage to my tubes, before my ectopic and after and both times nothing seemed to be wrong. The doctor has me taking 100mg of Clomid and 1000mg of Metformin. I am getting frustrated and sometimes feel like giving up because maybe I am just not meant to have children. I try to stay positive but it is difficult. I figured maybe I would try to reach out to others and see if anyone else's doctor is doing something or prescribing something other than what my doctor has that I may be able to discuss with my doctor. Any advice or assistance would be greatly appreciated.View Thread
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