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Posted by krista
on June 03, 2000 at 11:08:38:
In Reply to: Chlomid posted by Beth on June 03, 2000 at 06:42:46:
: I have a question if anyone out there can help...does chlomid effect the length of your cycle or the typical ovulation day. My question is because I have a 2-1/2 year old, conceived by artifical insemination and we are trying for child 2 now. With our son, it took 12 months to get prego. This time my progesterone was a little low so the doc put me on Chlomid, days 3-7. Since I knew I was going to be trying again, I had been testing out a new ovu kit (clear plan easy monitor). For the 3 previous months I always showed a peak day on cycle day 11, and my period came on day 24, 25 or 26. This time, with the chlomid I am now on day 12 and still haven't shown the peak day. I told myself that I was not going to go nutso this time obsessing about everything, but it seems impossible. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
: Beth the same thing happens to me on clomid. I had a very regular cycle every month so my ovulation peak was on day 14. Then i started clomid and my ovualtion peak was on day 16. i worried at first because it came so late but my cycles were longer by about 3-4 days because of the clomid. I havent asked my doctor about this yet but it seems to be the pattern for me. hope this helps. im glad you wrote. i seem to do the same thing so i feel better.
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