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Wait it out or call?

I took my first round of 50 mg Clomid starting on 5/27. Temps, u/s and bloodwork all indicate no ovulation. I've already filled my prescription for 100mg sitting on my counter, so now I'm just waiting on AF.

I'm currently on CD38. I know that without ovulation my cycle will be crazy.

My question is: should I wait it out and see how long it takes AF to show on her own, or do I call my doctor's office and see if they will give me provera?

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Asked by purvislets at 11:43 AM on Jul. 2, 2008 in Health

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  • I guess it really is up to you and how much you want to put your body through. I might wait a while longer just to see so that you'll better know what to expect the next cycle but really it is between you and your doctor.

    Answer by MyBelovedOnes at 11:51 AM on Jul. 2, 2008

  • I would say call your doc and see what they say. I mean it never hurts to call.

    Answer by loliv06 at 11:51 AM on Jul. 2, 2008

  • i know this isnt what you ask for but have you tried switching to whole milk.
    "Scientists found that women who consumed one or more servings of whole-milk products a day were 27 percent less likely to experience infertility caused by a failure to ovulate than those who ate less than one serving a week. At the same time, women who ate two or more servings a day of low-fat dairy food were almost twice as likely to fail to ovulate as women who ate less than one serving a week."

    good luck

    Answer by mamacharms at 2:03 PM on Jul. 2, 2008

  • That is really up to you.I would wait a little while longer

    Answer by Angelmom03 at 2:11 PM on Jul. 2, 2008

  • Personally, I would call. You made need something to make it come on again. My last cycle was 44 days, and I finally started after I went to the doctor. I hope you start soon!!! Good luck

    Answer by ddmama at 4:47 PM on Jul. 2, 2008

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