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Monday, October 10th 2011, 5:18pm

Author: barbapapa

are you supposed to ovulate around the same day every month with your clomid cycles?

Hi, thanks for your responses. Just to let you know that after some further internet research I think the answer to the clomid question is that with some ladies it turns them into clockworks and others it still varies quite a bit. I found another possible explanation for a over-long luteal phase with BFN and that is a corpus luteum cyst - clomid increases the chance of getting these. Whether I had one or not who knows, it is back to square 1 anyway for me as got AF this morning. I guess I will a...

Saturday, October 8th 2011, 11:31am

Author: barbapapa

are you supposed to ovulate around the same day every month with your clomid cycles?

So I am just coming to the end of my second round of 50mg Clomid, taken CD2-6. On the first round I ovulated on day 15, as pinpointed by charting, and luteal phase was also 15 days. On the second round my temps are a bit ambiguous (thermal shift quite gradual) but it looks like I have ovulated on day 14 (the 'bottom' of the shift, if you see what I mean). But I'm now on DPO18, with no AF, temps still high, and just got a BFN. What on earth is going on?? I wondered whether I ovulated a bit later ...

Tuesday, August 16th 2011, 9:43pm

Author: barbapapa

new, and curious who you tell about fertility issues, and when?

Thanks for your replies, much appreciated. I think you are right that it is best to keep 'talking' to people online in places like this as it never feels much better being open than it does being evasive with friends. Somehow sympathy makes it worse and I totally agree with you Wardie that it is also so much nicer if people aren't constantly expecting you to have the big announcement. Wish you the very best with the September process. xx

Wednesday, August 10th 2011, 10:33pm

Author: barbapapa

new, and curious who you tell about fertility issues, and when?

Hello all. First time to this site. My story is hardly anything compared to what lots of the lovely brave ladies on this site have been through. Still find it very comforting that others are going through the same feelings of heartache, and the feeling that every day is hard when you think about stuff all the time even when you try not to. I came off the pill ~2.5 years ago but it took 7 months for my periods to come back. GP #1 said post-pill amenorrhea (? sp), GP #2 suspected polycystic ovaria...




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