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September 29th, 2010, 01:44 PM
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clomid can cause false positives on opks if you take them too close to when you took your last clomid pill. I think if you got a smiley and had the pain on your side, you probably O'd then and the firs smiley was a false positive. I've also heard that opks are not reliable with PCOS, but I'm not totally sure of that. Maybe someone else can better help with that.

now i'm not sure if you have been on clomid for 7 cycles or if this is just your 7th cycle of trying (first with clomid???)... clomid can delay ovulation too. it did with me. expecially my first round of taking it.

i hope this helps you a bit. perhaps someone else can add more insite! good luck

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