I have been told that you should take at most 6 cycles of clomid, but it is always best to check with your doctor.
If you are getting other pregnancy symptoms, yes, take another test.
u should NOT retest with ANYTHING store bought. go to the doctors office.
I just read on a pregnancy test I just took that Clomid does not affect the results of pregnancy tests, only gonal-f and other drugs like it. You should go to your doctor and take a blood test just to make sure! Good luck!
Well, it depends how early or late your miscarriage happened! You should of course consult with your doctor how long should you wait to TTC again. A rule of thumb, if I can call it that way, is that you should wait at least as long as your pregnancy lasted. For example, if you had a miscariage in week 8 of your pregnancy you should wait 8 weeks, so around two periods and then you are free to TTC again and of course with the help of clomid, if prescribed by a doctor. Well, it depends how early or late your miscarriage happened! You should of course consult with your doctor how long should you wait to TTC again. A rule of thumb, if I can call it that way, is that you should wait at least as long as your pregnancy lasted. For example, if you had a miscariage in week 8 of your pregnancy you should wait 8 weeks, so around two periods and then you are free to TTC again and of course with the help of clomid, if prescribed by a doctor.
It can be. Milky white discharge called leukorrhea is common during pregnancy. You can call your doctor and have them draw blood for a beta hcg. This is the pregnancy hormone and that should tell you if you are pregnant.
Yes! Take a home pregnancy test, or call your doctor to send you for a blood test to confirm!
Anytime you are taking clomid your progesterone should be tested at 7 days past ovulation. For a definite sign you are ovulating it should be over 15.
False negatives are pretty common with home pregnancy tests. You should wait a few days and retest with first mornings urine or see a Dr for a blood test.
It means you should take a pregnancy test. You cycles could be messed up. If you are not pregnant, they will get back to normal soon. But Again. Pregnancy test.
Pregnancy tests should only be read within the time limit mentioned in the directions. Reading them earlier or later than the test states can result in a false reading. It would be best to retest, and take note of the time recommended for reading the result.
After extensive research on Clomid and after having used Clomid for 3 months, there is nothing out there that shows this as a side effect. However, Clomid should be used by women who are NOT ovulating. If you are already ovulating, save yourself the discomfort of the side effects and at the very least, limit your Clomid treatment to 3 months to lower your risk of cysts and cancer. I was ovulating normally but took the Clomid and now that I am no longer taking Clomid, I am no longer ovulating. Thus, not only did I not become pregnant, I also adversely affected my future chances of conceiving.
Yes you will need to go to the doctor and get tested.....it happened to me and i was very much pregnant
It could mean twins as they can cause a higher level of the HCG hormone that pregnancy tests detect. It could also mean it was a faulty test. You should wait a week to retest, or visit your doctor for a blood test.
If your last negative test was very recent, then chances are you are not pregnant, but should call your doctor to find out why you are not having periods and to check to see why you are having pregnancy symptoms. If the last test you took was awhile ago, you could retest or maybe still contact your doctor and have a blood pregnancy test done. good luck to you ~pawsalmighty
l got my frist dose for comild last month, for five days. my monthly cycle was late than after a few days l statred spotting could l be pg.
Ok so here is when you should ovulate, your 3 most fertile days and times for pregnancy testing along with an estimated date of delivery. Oct 3 day 1 of clomid cycle... Oct 13 you are a little bit fertile, Oct 14 you are fertile, Oct 15 you are very fertile and on Oct 16 you should be ovulating. on oct 26 a pregnancy test may work but not guarenteed. oct 30 is the last day of your cycle and, you should be expeccting a positive pregnancy test or your next period by Nov 2 if you are pregnant at this time your estimated due date is July 10th if you have not concieved by then here is your next cycle set. Oct 31 day 1 of your cycle,start taking clomid on this day.. Nov 10 you are a little bit fertile, Nov 11 you are fertile, Nov 12 you are very fertile, and on Nov 13 you should be ovulating.. On Nov 23 you can take a pregnancy test but it is not guarenteed Nov 27 is the last day of this cycle and you should expect a postitive pregnancy test or you period by Nov 30 your estimated due date is August 7. Good Luck to you and your growing family.. I hope this has been helpful. If you are wanting to continue tracking and have not yet concieved here is a helpful trustworthy website that i recomend to my patients on clomid. it is stress free and easy to use and almost 99% accurate. http://www.babyhopes.com/ovulation-calendar.html Sincerly Dr. Sines
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Potentially a woman may be fertile after miscarriage. This is fairly unlikely as it takes time after miscarriage or pregnancy for a womans cycles to return to normal, however you should always assume that pregnancy is a possibility whenever you have sex.
If you are wanting to use Clomid, just explain to the doctor your reasons and if it is safe the gynecologist will prescribe it to you.
Several home pregnancy tests advertise that they can detect the pregnancy hormone pretty accurately up to five days before your (missed) period. However, it is a good idea to follow it up with an additional home pregnancy test should you discover that you have indeed missed your period at its expected time (should you have regular cycles), just to be sure whether or not the first one was accurate.
Anything up to 7 days from when your period is due (determined according to your average menstrual cycle length - average length of your last six cycles) is considered normal. It's also normal if in your teens or approaching menopause for your cycles to be a little erratic. If you are sexually active and concerned about pregnancy then over 7 days is a reasonable time to start getting worried - you can take a pregnancy test from 2 weeks after you had sex, so if you're worried about pregnancy take a pregnancy test to ease your mind.
Yes, it can take days-weeks for the HCG numbers to return to zero. You should consult your doctor if your period has not returned after two cycles.
After taking clomid on days 5-9, intercourse should be done on days 12-16. Either you could have intercourse every day, or on days 12, 14, and 16. Good Luck!