Hello Everyone i have a very weird situation going on and i am not sure if i am pregnant or not.. LMP- Feb 21 Clomid days 5-9 first time using Clomid. Normally i have a 27 cycle length. and a 5 day duration. if late (very rarely) its by 1-2 days max. i had a MC July 7, 2011 TTC for 1 year consecutively but 2 years total time of TTC.
so after the first round of Clomid (feb 25-mar 1) i was scheduled to get my period Tues. March 19th but had very light spotting Sat. March 23 took a cheap HPT and it was Neg, bled Sun. March 24th, stopped bleeding Monday and Tuesday 25th & 26th then today Wednesday March 27th i am having light spotting again.. my doctor gave me 3 months worth of Clomid and she said to start taking it when i start bleeding (which would be Sunday) and to take it on days 5-9 again..which means i should start taking it in the morning..Thursday March 28th i have had multiple pregnancy signs and am scared to take Clomid tomorrow if i am pregnant..i called my Doc and she said it could've just been a short period.. i just need some opinions quick!View Thread
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