I went to my obgyn and she gave me provera to take to help me start my period it was 10 mg for 10 days. I took my last pill three days ago and still no sign at all of it. I called and told her and she told me to give it at least a couple more days, then take a pregnancy test. I almost know that I am not pregnant though. I am wondering whats going to happen if my period does not start, could that be really bad? She had said something about if it does not start in a couple more days we might need to check to see how my uterus lining is, what does this mean? Could it mean that I could just start taking the clomid without having a period or does it mean that this could be a whole new set of problems. I dont want to drive her crazy with questions but its killing me I would really like to know.View Thread
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