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Trying to concieve. Prescribed clomid, Duphaston. No periods. When should I test for pregnancy?

Hi I am 28 yr old female, i am trying to conceive for last 1.5 yrs. after my studies we found that i have low AMH. but my cycles are very regular. I always get my periods on time. so my doc suggested me clomid for 5 days along with Osure for a month and i ovulated on 13th day of cycle. also after ovulation she suggested me duphaston for 14 days. its 15th day post ovulation. but i have not got my periods when should i expect them or i don t then when should i test for pregnancy. Please suggest
Asked On : Wed, 20 Feb 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
Thank you for your query.
Clomid contains clomiphene citrate which helps to induce ovulation in women with anovulation due to various causes.
Oosure is generally given to women with polycystic ovaries, who have a high AMH, so I do not understand why it was given in your case.
Women with low AMH are generally prescribed DHEA for support.
As you have ovulated with Clomid, chances of pregnancy are there, and as you have regular cycles, you can either do a pregnancy test, or better still, consult your gynecologist to confirm a pregnancy.
All the best.
Answered: Thu, 21 Feb 2013
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