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    When did AF start for those of u that took clomid days 5-9?
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    Mrs_Jolayemi posted:
    I am currently on cd 29. I don't have true periods on my own just break through bleeding so i can't really say whats normal for me. My break through bleeding usually happens ever 3 weeks or a few days more. I had some cramps a few days ago like i was going to start but have not yet. I took a pg test yesterday (cd 28) and it was a BFN. The cramps have gone. I had a positive opk on cd 17. Just wondering when i should expect AF to show her ugly face.
    Mrs Jolayemi
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    maragayle responded:
    Assuming you O'd on CD17, AF should be due on CD31. The "normal" luteal phase is 14 days.
    Me 23, DH 25, TTC 2 years,BFP 10/4, MC 10/8, waiting to try again
     
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    Mrs_Jolayemi replied to maragayle's response:
    Thank u so much for the reply.
    Mrs Jolayemi


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