PLEASE HELP!! I am beyond confused. so here is my issue, I am going on my third cycle of clomid, just waiting on my 31 day to check for pregnancy which I am pretty sure it will be negative given that my Gyno nurse told me my progesterone level was 2.5 which I was told it should be at 20.. now my confusion is that I take a with drawl drug to start my period since I don't get them on my own I have PCOS. so I was told to take clomid on my third day into my cycle now for the two last cycles I was on I never got a period until taking clomid because my gyno told me consider the last day of the with drawl pill the begging of my cycle. cause the with draw pills didn't work. can this be why the pills arnt working. I am trying so hard to not be depressed about it but its so hard and I am blaming my self a lot. since I am over weight size 18. I have been eating healthy and trying but the stress of trying is getting to me. Any advice would be great.View Thread
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