Hello I am new to this board. I jus finally found out I have PCOS. Me an my husband have been ttc for 4 years an nothing has happened I finally found a doc that would help rather then pass me on to the next doc with no explanation. We are both 24 an both generally healthy. My doc put me on progestrone pills for 14 days to force a period and then clomid on cd5 for 5 days. So my question to u ladys is, I am now on day 6 with my progestrone pills I started spotting wednesday an then again on thursday and then yesterday it was more an threw rhe morning so I called the doc he wasn't concerned only cause it was spotting but today it has gone full force an I am now using tampons for it. So can I stop the progestrone early and start my clomid in 4 days? Or do I have to finish the progestrone even tho I am now on a period?View Thread
I am on 100mg oral pills. I'm jus super confused cuz the bleeding picked up last night an now it seems to be gone again but for how long. I don't want this to be my period and I jus keep taking yhe progestrone pills an not starting my clomid on cd5 an miss that window this time.View Thread
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