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    Sheri5 posted:
    I am nervous! My dr. Prescribed 50 mg clomid days 5-9. My cycle is usually 22-23 days.my period only lasts 4 days.i usually ovulate around day eight.so I'm wondering if taking this on days 5-9 of my cycle will work or not!
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    butterflys97 responded:
    Hi Sheri5, yes it should work because my period use to be 9-10 days long. Now for some reason its shorten itself out. I also was prescribed Clomid 100 mg days 5-9. And this cycle by day 8 my period had stop for whatever reason, so day 8 and 9 I had no bleeding. Anyways to anwer your question I have been ovulation, been having strong ovulating pain I had strong positve last night and that night before, I will test again tonight but yes you will ovulate. Try it out for a 2-3 months or so. If not go back he may change you and have you take the Clomid cycle days 3-7. Hope this helps. Please keep is informed.


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