My hubby and I have been ttc for 2 1/2 years with no known fertility issues other than my ovulation was a little wacky so my Ob/gyn put me on clomid 50 mg on cd5-9. I'm on round 3 cd 27 and i'm already feeling defeated. My dh and I didn't get to bd much around O time b/c of stupid deer season lol. So i'm pretty sure i'm out this month. I was just wondering if anyone else had luck with clomid. If so, how many months did it take you? Thanks!!
Hey! I have a clomid baby. DH and I tried for two years before getting a bfp-- it was our 5th cycle of clomid. I had really lost all hope by that point. For me:
Cycle 1 - 50mg - Didn't Ovulate.
Cycle 2 - 100mg - Ovulated, but had very low progesterone levels.
Cycle 3 - 150mg - Ovulated, but BFN.
Cycle 4 - 150mg - Ovulated, but BFN.
Cycle 5 - 150mg - Ovulated, and finally got a BFP!
Don't give up! It may not happen immediately for you... but every month there is a chance! Stay positive, hon! If you have any other questions, feel free to PM me. Sending lots of good luck and babydust your way!
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