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    Clomid
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    aadaw2013 posted:
    Hey there,
    So I have been on provera to start my period and then I take clomid 100mg on days 3-7 of my period. Which my period previously was 7 days long. I took the provera this month for 10 days (like I have before) but now I am on day 5 and I am not bleeding at all. My question is do I continue to take my clomid like I am on my period?
     
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    butterflys97 responded:
    From my understandig yes you do. Some women have even shorter cycles. Continue to take the Clomid your full cycle days regardless if you are bleeding or not.
     
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    aadaw2013 responded:
    Thank you very much!
     
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    butterflys97 replied to aadaw2013's response:
    You are most welcomed!!! I am also in this fight BFP for all of us....Yayyyy!!!! LOL


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