My husband and I have been trying to conceive for 3 years. I have not ovulated any of the time that I have tried to check. 3months ago I went to my Dr and got an HCG done to check my tubes and uterus that came back normal. I have had blood work done that shows my FSH works but my progesterone/ LH is not surging at the end of my cycle... so no O! I have just completed a day 5-9 100 mg clomid cycle. I have been using an ovulation kit since day 5 and no 0 but I am only on day 10. I am having a very hard time emotionally and my stomach has been killing me. I am worried that I will never conceive and I have always battled depression about this. Any words of advice? Has anyone else started on 100 mg clomid and gotten prego? I thought being apart of this community could really help me. Thanks for listening ladies!View Thread
I am on my 10th day of my cycle, and yesterday was my last day of clomid. I am on round 1 of clomid and I was started on 100mg. I am having a very hard time with worrying about if I am going to become pregnant and how long it is going to take. My fsh levels were good so my DR says I am creating eggs, I am just not ovulating. I have been with my husband 7 years, married 3yrs and we have tried naturally almost the entire time we have been together. I keep blaming my weight and my caffeine intake, I am always picking on me on why I am not prego yet. Any suggestions on to how to calm down and just flow with it? How have you all done on the clomid? How many rounds does it ususally take and how many MGs were you all prescribed? I am so new to this so please tell me if I am doing this correctly! Thanks ladies! xoxoxView Thread
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