This month I did my 3rd round of clomid and I am officially late only 1 day and I'm nervous as hell to take a test for fear of disappointment. My periods have been regular for quite some time so to not have one now I'm hoping this is a positive thing. Is it possible to have a false positive, should I wait longer to take a pregnancy test or just go ahead on day 2 and take the test. Any adviceView Thread
This is the week I should be seeing my period. I'm so hoping that I don't see it on the 28th or any day after and get a BFP. It is very nerve wracking waiting. This was my first month taking clomid 50mg and I even used a OPK and new which day I was ovulating so keep your fingers crossed for me and send plenty of baby dust.View Thread
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