yes should ask the doc... I got this doubt only after started taking the met because some times i feel like skipping breakfast or dinner.. so just thought in that case can i take Met. Right now i took break from taking ovulation medicines and planning to schedule an appointment with dr next year.. will ask this Q then.View Thread
Thankyou everyone for the reply. when i take it with light food i am feeling nausea so want to take it with heavy meal. Also i just want to know apart with nausea does it reduce blood sugar too ?View Thread
Usually they should check the follicle atleast every alternate day from CD11 but most doctors don't do that. Also once the follicle size reaches 18mm or beyond 14-16mm they plan for iui some time close around.
In the mean time you can as well watch for cervical mucus .what is your cycle length? because usally people say when your cycles are regular you can know ovulation day by subtracting 14 days from (average) cycle length.
I wish everything should be in favour of you in this cycle.Good luck.View Thread
Is progestrone on day 21 is 0.1? Did you go for HSG test?you will have difficulties when tubes are blocked and there are various other reasons for not ovulating so dont worry it is good if doctor reevalute so that it helps to solve your problem. Also I heard for some women clomid doesn't work in that case doctors shift to different ovulation medication... also metformin helps to ovulate(if used over a period of time). Good Luck.View Thread
If you have any concerns on this just call the doc and ask
Because with clomid mostly there is chance to ovulate any day from cd 11 to cd 21 and most of the docs call for exam from cd11....so dont hesitate to ask the dr for the exam in advance because it is you who will suffer at the end.View Thread