I am on CD2 and will be starting my first round of Clomid 50mg tomorrow for CD3-7. (I used Clomid approx 2 years ago and got BFP on 2nd round of 50mg)
Unfortunately, I am on some antibiotics that are a no no when TTC.
So I will be preventing for this cycle. However, I will still be using OPKs to track O to make sure that I do O on this cycle. Blood work will be done on CD 21.
Anyone else early in cycle. I may not be actively TTC this cycle but would love some buddies.
I'm on day number 3 of Clomid for theis cycle. I would say bummer to waste Clomid knowing we can't actively TTC this cycle, but it's good that we're making sure its going to work again.
I hope it works at 50mg like it did last time.
I didn't have to go through any testing other than bloodwork before my doc gave me Clomid. I guess it's because that's how I conceived my daughter.
Hi! So I'm not incredibly early in my cycle, but I would love to join in! This is my first cycle on Clomid. Currently TTC #1! I'm on CD 14 and still waiting to ovulate. Excited and I hope clomid works!
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