Clomid Question

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  1. christina_r

    christina_r Well-Known Member

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    I have a question for the other Clomid girls out there. Please let me know if this is normal or not.

    I am currently on CD 15. I took 50 mg of Clomid on CDE 5-9. I have taken at least 1 and usually 2 opk tests everyday and all have been negative. The test line was getting darker as I finished taking the clomid but now it has disappeared all together. But the strange this is that my ovaries (BOTH of them) seem to feel really sore. I have also had very mild cramping and some bloating. Is this normal? Am I getting ready to O? Or am I just not going to O this month? Any thoughts would be appreciated.

    Thanks so much girls.
     
  2. Brittles

    Brittles Well-Known Member

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    Unfortunately, you may not have gotten quite to ovulation levels for hormones :sad1: that happened to me a few times. You should BD anyway just in case you read the test wrong. Maybe post a pic so we can weigh our opinions of the lines. (If you still have them) :dust: to you!!
     
  3. PrincessTaz

    PrincessTaz Winter's Mummy, TTC#2

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    It sounds like you could still be getting ready to O, keep testing.
     
  4. TryinFor1

    TryinFor1 mommy <3

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    It sounds to me that you are getting ready to ovulate. OPKs dont work for everyone but I am also on clomid, and when I am about to ovulate, that shit HURTS. The cramping is unbelievable. So if you are cramping, you better get to BDing!
     
  5. LovemyAJ

    LovemyAJ New Member

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    The pains normally mean you are about to ovulate. When you feel a relief from it, that indicates egg has been released. Normally the pain only lasts a couple days. Talk to your doctor if you don't ovulate, or if you don't think you ovulated.
     

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