Hi all, I am back ready to see if any of you can help me answer some questions. I am 28 and had a spontaneous pregnancy 3 years ago on my own. My doctor said I was lucky to have gotten pregnant on my own considering I was not ovulating or having regular periods. I think my estrogen was only 78 on day 12 during the cycle I concieved. I am now trying for baby number 2! We tried naturally for 7 months and have been on clomid for 2 months now. my first month I was on 50mg and my progesterone came back at .6 on day 21. The next cycle I took 100mg and My estrogen was 68 on day 12 so my doctor decided to not do the HCG triggers shot. I just changed clinics and was prescribed 150 mg to start tonight..only day 22 of my cycle. my progesterone came back at .6 again. Is it safe to take considering I won't have a period first?View Thread
Hi Ladies, I was given an injection of progesterone to induce AF 8 days ago and still no sign of period. I have always gotten my period within 5 days of getting the injection. I have had the injection over 10 times between trying to conceive my first daughter and ttc for baby #2. I was wondering if anyone knows what the next step would be for me if I don't start? I did my first round of 50mg of clomid last cycle. NO luck:( My progesterone levels were only .16 when tested on day 21. I am going to be bumped up to 100mg this cycle if I can ever start my AF. I am on day 41 of this cycle? Any thoughts?View Thread
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