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Clomid And Serophene
Yes: But you should review your concerns with the doctor prescribing the medications. ...Read more
No interaction : I see no interaction.Get a more detailed answer ›
Possibly: Clomid (clomiphene) is used to stimulate ovarian function and Progesterone is used to try to support the early pregnancy (assuming fertilization has occurred) if the egg is not fertilized then menses will ensure a couple weeks later but it is normally normal to slightly heavy. If it is light, check for pregnancy as it may be implantation bleeding. ...Read more
Need more info: Not sure what ovacare is, need the pharmaceutical/drug name ...Read more
I'm 29 ttc 2years ago,2nd course clomid (clomiphene), (clomiphene)a cyst1,7cm on left ovary.Which day is the best to start clomid (clomiphene)?2-6,3-7,5-9??
No big difference: Studies show pregnancy rates are identical starting cc on cd 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5. The main difference is starting later its less likely to have a persistent cyst from the past cycle. For patients not monitored by ultrasound cd 5 may be a better choice, with monitoring it makes little-to- no difference. ...Read more
May be normal: Ovulation likely happens about 5-7 days after your last Clomid (clomiphene) pill. If the pain is more than moderate, see your doctor right away. There's a small chance a cyst or bleeding can develop on the ovaries after using clomid (clomiphene). Some mild to moderate pain that lasts a day or two is probably normal. ...Read more
Can you take Clomid (clomiphene) and soy isoflavones together? 50 mg Clomid (clomiphene) and 50 mg soy isoflavones?
Hard to say for sure: soy isoflavones are not regulated by the FDA like estrogen, so it is difficult to know if they will interfere with your clomid (clomiphene). I would stop them while on clomid (clomiphene) and just take more soy in your diet like soy milk or soy based foods like edamame ...Read more
Almost certainly not: Unless there is somethign very 'off' about your cycles. ...Read more
Possibly: But it depends upon too many other factors. There is no magic about 28 days. Do you have pcos, and is that the reason for the medication? Check w/your doctor. ...Read more