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    PROGESTERONE TESTING
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    mslewis40 posted:
    Does this test HAVE TO be done on day 21 of my cycle??? Since I've already done the FSH day 3 test in March, my doc said that the next test is the Progesterone Test. Well for the past 2 months, my day 21 has fallen on a Saturday. So I have to wait til it falls on a weekday since my doc's office is closed on the weekends....w/c is getting really frustrating because I don't have much time to waste! I will be 40 tomorrow & my bio clock is ticking louder by the day! :-(

    Any and all responses would greatly be appreciated.
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