I work at a hospital and have had several nurses tell me to try it...I have no idea what the cost is...I am sure it is expensive...I am considering giving it a try...Another nurse at work is giving me a stone for fertility...Sounds crazy but for some reason I feel like it will make me feel better...I guess its called pink pig..But the stone is not pink..Weird..At this point I think any little bit can help!!! I am sure it is all mental...but hey the brain may trick my body View Thread
I did call the specialist yesterday...Just to see...And they said only 2 week wait..So I am going to do the round of clomid again this month and then wait and see what happens...From my understanding though clomid does not help bring your progesterone level up?? But she said she was not going to prescribe me any progesterone supplement?? That is super confusing to me...Because that is what keeps the baby right?? She said if I had ovulated and had a positive pregnancy then she would?? So confusing...My AF is supposed to start today...I haven't had a period on my own in 8 months so I don't know if it will come on own again?? I feel very discouraged...Its like come on body do what I want!!!View Thread
I got my actual progesterone level and it was 1.7....wow...that is really really low...It scares me. I talked to doctor yesterday and she said to try the second round then move onto the specialist...So that is what my game plan is right now...I feel like I have 500 million questions and I cant seem to get a straight answer from her...I don't know...First off am I really having a period?? When I take the provera to make me have a period..It is very very light...Like I don't even have to wear a tampon light...She says yes that is a period...So that is what I went off of to start the clomid...If that was not an actual period..wouldn't my other labs come back abnormal that they took throughout my cycle?? I am really confused by this....All other labs ook,,,except progesterone?? Thank you for responding...I feel very comfortable talking with you!! You are a blessing!!! View Thread
Just wanted to give you an update...doctor said progesterone is to low...so I didn't ovulate with the clomid...I'm so discouraged...she said to try clomid again or go to a specialist?? What do u think I should do?? I don't understand why the ovulation test said I did?? Does clomid affect those tests? All my other blood work came back normal just the progesterone was to low. I need some advice on where to go from here.View Thread
Well I took an Ovulation test and it was positive...But then I know we talked about the tests and since I have PCOS...But i thought that too that maybe I felt horrible from ovulating...Maybe that was the first time I had ovulated in 7 months?? Before that I was on birth control for 8 years...So who knows...I am feeling a little better the last 2 days..My appetite is still not right...But dizziness and that has gone away...I just hate waiting...Its hard for me to just wait for 10 days and wonder if I am or not...I am sure you can relate..I give you lots of props for trying and trying for so long...I hope one day you get that positive...Do they know why you can't get pregnant? Its it from the PCOS?View Thread
So I took clomid this month for the first time...100mg day 3-7. Im on CD 16 now..My Ovulation test said I O'd last tuesday. We have been having intercourse every other day since CD 10...2 days ago I started feeling really weird, dizzy light headed, nauseated, couldn't sleep. Just not like myself...Do you think its from Clomid?? Or is there a way you can feel pregnant this early?? I have never been pregnant before, so I don't really know how you feel, but its just wierd how I have been feeling?? Has anyone felt pregnant 2 days after ovulation?? I am thinking its from the clomid but just not sure....View Thread
I was wondering that too..about the PCOS...I read on the package that sometimes they can read positive...But since I am on the clomid i thought well maybe its true...We have had sex every other day since Monday which was cd10...and it said I ovulated from those test on cd 12...I thought was really early, because most say CD15...I just had a gut feeling to test that day. Thanks for all your thoughts and prayers!! Crossing my fingers!! Cant test until July 12.View Thread
ok ladies...So I finished my first round of clomid on friday 22...Today I took an ovulation test and it read positive...I have only taken one other Ovulation test and that was 2 months ago and it read positive too...Weird..However I am confused about when it is best to concieve then...We had intercourse 2 days ago...So does that mean I have a chance of getting pregnant? Or is it to late,,,I am confused on when your chances are higher of getting pregnant> Before ovulation or after??View Thread
I believe it was from Birth control as well. It makes me angry at myself because, I should have never taken it for that long. But I was in nursing school and trying to start a career. now of course that I want a child, its not happening, But I am trying to stay positive. I finished my first round of clomid Last friday. today is cd12. I did take a ovulation test this morning and it was positive...So I guess the clomid worked. I don't know though those tests are weird and hard to read. But one line was def darker then the other....so waiting and waiting...Do you think that I will need to take Provera every month then?View Thread
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