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#1 of 2 Old 12-17-2010, 01:36 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I just got my 7dpo progesterone levels back.  They were 14.8.  I read online somewhere that they should be over 15 on a medicated cycle (I'm on 50mg of Clomid).  Should I be concerned?   My doctor said anything over 10 is fine, so he won't increase my dosage. 


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I was told over 15 by my doctor but like a lot of things I'm sure there is a little bit of variance on this. 14.8 is awfully close to 15 & if you don't need to up the clomid I wouldn't push for it. I have found that as we've increased the dose the side effects have gotten worse, plus there is a higher risk for hyperstimulation of the ovaries.


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