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Well I just got off the phone with the doctor... My progesterone is at 14.7 which she said doesn't mean I didn't ovulate. It's righ of the boarder. Old me to start prometrium and test Friday. If bfn test again Sunday if bfn stop the supplements and the fun starts all over.
My prgesterone has been declining since I started clomid:
1st cycle 23
2nd cycle 18
3rd cycle 14.7
What is going on????
I asked about the cramping and she is wondering if I am not getting residual cysts. Plan for next month is u/s bloodwork and more clomid.
I sure wish the cramping meant something better. But I guess only time will tell
I was going to say the same thing about Femara. And what DPO did they test you on? Was it 7dpo or was it CD21? Clomid can push your O back a couple days, so if they are testing you on the incorrect day, that might explain the #'s.
Just a thought.
Wishing you the BEST girl!!! Hoping you get that bfp this weekend!
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Clomid can actually cause cramps. My non-AF cramps were getting worse and worse and I was sure it was my endo getting worse, but once I switched to Femara they've been reduced dramatically. I looked it up and cramping is a side effect of Clomid.
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