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#1 of 2 Old 12-29-2013, 05:01 PM - Thread Starter
 
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So I have a question. I have taken my first round of Clomid and I started my provera 5 days ago and still no cycle I have taken this plenty of times before just never the Clomid so I am wondering if this is normal. I have taken a pregnancy test like my doctor suggested before starting my clomid but it was negative so is it possible that it could have been a false negative? Please help.

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Wait, I'm confused. You took Clomid, like days 3-7 or 5-9 or something like that of your cycle, right? Then after ovulation, you started provera, right? And that was 5 days ago? Well, you wouldn't expect your period until about 14 days after ovulation as long as you stay on the provera.

What day did you ovulate? Were you tracking that using home ovulation test kits or was the doctor monitoring it? Did you use a trigger to force ovulation?

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