My doctor just told me to do the same thing. I called him on day 39 of my cycle (after a negative test) to see if I should take provera. I usually do the provera first, then after my period I take clomid. But this time he told me that the latest studies show that taking provera to bring on a period might actually reduce my chances of conception or something like that. He said that I should just take the Clomid, period or not. It sounds a little crazy to me. But he has been doing this for 25 years and delivered my last 2 babies so I'm going to go with his advice.View Thread
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