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    An_245238 posted:
    I stated clomid June 28 to July 2, I was suppose to ovulate on July 4 according to ovulation calendar I do on webmd, but with taking the clomid it pushed my o date back to July 8, so I am wondering if that will ppush my period start date take back further to. The calendar that said I would ovulate on the 4, also said I would start on the 18, which today is the19 and it hasnt happened, just very anxious!!
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    mrs62610 responded:
    If the Clomid caused you to ovulate later than expected then your period would also be later than expected. For most women the phase of your cycle after ovulation is almost always the same length of time or very close. Hope that helps! Good luck!
    Me-24 DH-37 TTC 1 for 13 months. 3 rounds of Clomid all BFN's. Switched to RE. Took one cycle break, AF due June 22nd. If AF shows then starting Femara, Ovidrel, Luteal Phase Progesterone next cycle.


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