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How Could I Make Myself Ovulate
Difficult: It's difficult to "make" yourself ovulate although one can use the lifestyle modifications mentioned in the prior answer. However, if you don't think you ovulate and you are trying to conceive, you should seek the help of a reproductive endocrinologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pcos on clomid. +opk cd15, ovulation pains for 3 days after.What could cause this? Cyst? Multiple eggs? Does this make it more/less likely i ovulated?
Clomid and ovulation: Clomid is taken to induce ovulation in a patient with chronic annovulation. If you are on this, it is probably normal to have some pain mid cycle. Hopefully this means you are ovulating. You may also experience hot flashes and night sweats, as Clomid is an estrogen blocker. Make sure you have intercourse every other day, cycle days 10-20, and are taking a pnv with frolic acid. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It is possible that i could be pregnant? I had my last period in feb 07 th...I had protect (condom) intercourse with my boyfriend all along after my ovulation day....Since then I am still waiting for my period... And we also checked the condoms to make su
I : I don't know how long your periods normally are. I am assuming that your period is late. I am also assuming that you used protection every time you had intercourse and not just at the time you believed you were ovulating. The failure rate with proper use of condoms is low. If you did not consistently use protection with each episode of intercourse, then all bets are off. A woman can miss a period or be late, without being pregnant. It would be helpful to take a home pregnancy test; both to know and to reduce your level of anxiety about the matter. Take care. ...Read more
I stopped breast feeding 4 months ago but still produce milk. Could that make ttc harder due to hormones involved with milk production? I do ovulate.
I experience PMS symptoms (depression, irritability) during ovulation. Are there any birth control pills that would help? What could make it worse?
May worsen symptoms: 80% of women experience pms which includes a few mild physical or emotional symptoms. Premenstrual dysphoric disorder is less common. Birth control pills lessen cramping and bloating but could cause depresion and irritability to worsen. You can ask your primary care physician for a referral to a women's health specialist or look for one in your community through medical center websites. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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