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    jessi2056 posted:
    Round one of 50mg on clomid didn't work. My progesterone levels were not good at all! So I thoight it was bc my doc. Takes the blood work on cycle day 17 it was 3.2 then he took it again on cycle day 24 it was a 5.2. This cycle now I took 100mg days 3-7 and my progesterone level on day 17 was a 5.8! I'm pretty excited about this . Even though I am still trying to rack my brain around why he wants them on cycle day 17 when normally its supposed to be 19 or 21..... so I think a 5.8 looks good considering it was only 2 days after ovulation since I got my positive O stick on the 22 and blood work was done the 24..... how's everyone else doing?
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