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Few things...: Either there is a pregnancy or you didn't ovulate. Test for pregnancy. If negative, repeat in a few days. If still negative, the dose of Clomid (clomiphene) may need to be increased. Talk to the prescribing doctor about whether this is good advice for your specific situation. ...Read more
It's just the: Opposite. Clomid (clomiphene) will enhance ovulation by stimulating the brain to produce fertility hormone (gnrh) subsequently inducing the production of ovarian hormones fsh & lh. It's the latter causing ovulation. And the rest is history. God bless you! http://www.Ovulation-calculator.Com/clomid.Htm. ...Read more
Probably day 9 to 11: If you are a healthy woman and you menstruate regularly every 23 days, you are likely to ovulate about 12 to 14 days before the onset of your menstrual bleeding, which would correspond to about day 9 to 11 of your cycles. Keeping a record of your basal body temperature over 2 to 3 cycles or asking your Gyn for an ovulation kit may be better ways to tell "when you ovulate". ...Read more
After taking a provera (medroxyprogesterone) Clomid cycle, what cycle days are ovulation?
[Took Clomid on cycle days 3-5]
Age 20 w/ pcos+anovulation. Ovulated last cycle on just metformin+provera . Now taking 50mg Clomid (clomiphene) cd5-9. Chances of ovulating this cycle? Conceiving?
Female Fertility: Remember, menstruation means the monthly blood period that cleans out the un-pregnant uterus in preparation for the next cycle. Once one is pregnant, let's hope, the uterus is not cleaned out but protected so that the fetus can grow into a healthy baby. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pink brown discharge frm ovulation to period. Ovulate+. FSH 1.7 LH8.4 testosterone 41, ultra-s normal, LH/FSH>3. PCOS? Period cycle 32-35days each mon
Likely no: I agree with my colleagues who have addressed this question. It's likely that ovulation typically occurs days #9-14 in a typical cycle. If you are having irregular cycles, then ovulation "could" occur at day #60, but if your cycles are that irregular, it would be impossible to tell unless you were constantly using ovulation predictor kits (which would be prohibitively expensive). ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Not used for this: While clomid (clomiphene) can induce ovulation and ovulation is what regulates periods, it is a poor choice for regulation of periods unless you are also trying to conceive. There are many of other ways to regulate periods and there have been some concerns about the long term use of clomid (clomiphene). Hope this helps. ...Read more
Not always: The best marker for ovulation monthly is to have a menstrual cycle monthly. If cycles are light, irregular and spaced out farther than 35 days, it is a sign you may not be ovulating regularly. There are many reasons for not ovulating and it may take a visit to your provider to get an explanation. If you do not ovulate regularly for many months or years there is an higher risk of uterine cancer. ...Read more
It should ...: The 2nd half of the cycle (luteal phase) starts with ovulation and ends with a period, or goes on into pregnancy. Most luteal phases should be 13-14 days. The most accurate ways of telling the length are to use an ovulation predictor kit, or ultrasound monitoring if seeing a fertility md (rei). If you have a short luteal phase or long cycles (35-40 days or more) get checked by rei to find out why. ...Read more
Midcycle: Ovulation almost always occurs 14 days before the menstrual period starts, and the new cycle starts the first day bleeding begins. The normal menstrual cycle can be from 21 to 35 days long. So ovulation can happen anywhere from 7 to 21 days after the period starts - depending on the cycle length. Most women start a period (and new cycle) every 28 to 30 days - so they ovulate 14 to 16 days later. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer