nbsp;That's what I thought too. I asked around work what the other docs think not the practice I see, and they agree it would be appropriate if this months labs come back as not ovulating. I think progesterone could be used to regulate a cyclebut that still does not help ovulate. nbsp;I could be wrong. If anyone DOES know, any advice would be appreciated.
Whoa. Whoa. Whoa.
Where the crap are the other educated veterans?? And what's is up with the PR?
OP, listen carefully. Clomid is not something you take after only trying 3 months. It can take several months to regulate your cycles after BC. TTC can take up to 12 months and up until that point you shouldn't be taking fertility drugs, ESPECIALLY without constant monitoring! Like a PP said it can only be taken 6 times in a lifetime. It can thin your lining and isn't just some pill that creates babies. It has dangerous side effects, specifically OHSS. Take your own health in your hands and look it up. And when you do look it up, remember the names Kate and Jon gosselin. Prime example of why you should be monitored.
Don't always just trust a doctor. OBs are for when you're pregnant. REs are for getting you pregnant. Lurk and learn and don't be quick to take clomid.