Congrats to all of you!! I also posted this in the clomid board. I am looking for personal experiences from those who used both clomid and femera. How did they compare? If your dr gave you the choice to go on a higher dose of clomid or start the low dose of femera, what would you choose?
Thanks you for your experience KL0124. I too had two mc while on clomid back in 2008, not sure if it was related to clomid or not. Do you mind sharing what your doses were on clomid and femera?
I just finished a second round of clomid at 150mg. The first cycle at this level I had a possible O (prog 6dpo was 8.6 and I got AF 14dpo on the dot). This last cycle at 150mg, I didn't O at all (prog .74 on cd27 and 0.6 on cd 35). The dr (ob/gyn) is willing to do 200mg clomid this next cycle or 2.5mg femera. I am worried if I go the femera route at 2.5mg, it won't work since low doses of clomid did nothing.
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