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Can you take a provera/clomid cycle more than once a month or should you wait a month in between cycles?
Have taken provera/clomid from 25mg-150mg. Not producing big enough follicles.. What should be my next step?
Need a diagnosis: The first "next" thing is to have a firm diagnosis or diagnoses. If you are missing any elements of a basic fertility eval you need to complete it. Sounds like you are saying you don't get a dominant follicle on CC? Or don't ovulate? Depending on your diagnosis you might boost the CC with metformin or dexamethasone, or may be a candidate for gonadotropin treatment. Good wishes. ...Read more
Finished 1st cycle of provera/clomid, gyno said my ovaries didn't do anything. Will a higher dose actually make follicles happen? Opinions, options.
Just finished a cycle of provera/clomid. I have an ultrasound on days 13, 16 [weekend falls on 14]. Am I suppose to have an empty stomach or no?
Just finished provera/clomid and my period 4 days ago. Its CD 10 and when I pee I notice a white cloud like discharge. No itch or odor. What is this!?
Nothing: Hang in there. the white cloud is meaningless. If you are lucky you will ovulate on day 14 or 15. Good luck. ...Read more
I'm taking provera/clomid. Bought an ovulation kit; i ovulated wed. I had sex with pull-out method mon-wed. When can I take a pregnancy test?
After taking a provera (medroxyprogesterone) Clomid cycle, what cycle days are ovulation?
[Took Clomid on cycle days 3-5]
Varies: What is your usual cycle length or ovulation day (if you know?) It would likely be close to that. If you don't have spontaneous cycles, I've seen ovulation anywhere from CD 11 to CD 24. Most women need some form of monitoring with OPK, or ultrasound to time this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends on why: Provera (medroxyprogesterone) can induce bleeding if you have irregular cycles / no periods, and may be given for months to treat endometrial hyperplasia (abnormal uterine lining). If you're ttc Provera (medroxyprogesterone) will not help you to ovulate or get pregnant - see your ob/gyn or a reproductive endocrinology and infertility (rei) specialist to find out why you're not ovulating, and for treatment like Clomid or Letrozole if needed. ...Read more