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    An_250333 posted:
    My husband and i have been trying to get pregnant for almost 2 years and 6 months. My doctor told me to go see a specialist doctor because i hadnt had a period for over 6 months which was not normal for me. He prescribed me Medroxyprogesterone 10 mg took 2 pills for 5 days to get my period. i got my period 1 day after my last pill. on my 3rd day of that cycle i started taking 50mg clomid pills. its been 20 days since i have took them and took an at home pregnancy test but it turned out negative. What should i do? i have never had any kids. I want a little girl so bad. Any advice?
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