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    14 Days After Last Clomid Dose...no O yet - is it still possible?
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    huggybear101 posted:
    Hi all,

    It's been 14 days snce my last dose of clomid and I'm still not ovulating. I have been using a test every day Is it still possible for me to ovulate during this cycle?

    I had a faint line this morning, and I'm praying that means an LH surge is coming...

    Thank you so much for your support in advance.
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    Joel Bernstien, MD responded:
    You should get your doctor to check a progesterone around cycle day #20-22. This is the best way to check ovulation.

    OPKs are sometimes hard to use and are inaccurate.

    Best of luck,
    Dr. B


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