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I am very irritated right now and unsure how to proceed. I took provera two months,ago to start my cycle and after three weeks I got the first normal period ive had in years. That ended the twentieth, then the 21st of this month I thought I wasnt going to start again on my own, but I did. I had ordered clomid and thought oh good it,will get here on cd5. Turns out it was shipped late and I wont get it till onday, cd7. Can I still take it? What happens if you are late starting? Does it matter that my cycle seems to be around 35 days rather than 28?
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I did ask about that, they were very clear with me that you can't do that. I was having 40 day cycles. I would suggest talking to your clinic about this before going ahead with it.

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