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They're probably looking to see if you have any mature follies. Generally, anything above 18-20 is considered mature on Clomid. They will also want to make sure your lining hasn't thinned out. This is a potential side effect of Clomid.
Good luck...I hope you have great news!!
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Yup, it's a good thing your doctor wants to do the ultrasound - he's checking to make sure your follies are progressing nicely on the Clomid. I am sure you will get good news and have two reasons to celebrate on Monday!! Good luck and KUP.
I'm not sure if I ever ovulated last month. I didn't get any "tell tale" signs. No EWCM, no positive OPKs, etc. So, I'm hoping I will this month. Reallllyyyy hoping. It would be nice to have something go my way for once!
I think we're also going to discuss PCOS and whether or not I have it now that he has my lab stuff from my primary care provider.