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Trying to get pregnant. Taking clomid. Feeling abdominal pain. Pregnant?

Hello doctor i want to get a pregnant . now i m taking clomid for the second day of mensuration till 5 days...then after taking duphaston for 10 days 2 times which is given by doctor. she told me that after 10 days stop duphaston and wait for one week then if you r not get periods come and see me . but i feel abdormal pain...have any chances to pregnenr?
Asked On : Wed, 1 May 2013
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Hello, I would be happy to help you with your question.

While the regimens differ slightly by provider, the typical method for use of clomid and progesterone would go something like this:
1. Cycle starts on day #1
2. Clomid is given on either days 3-7 or days 5-9
3. If there is no period by day 35, then a pregnancy test is performed
4. If the pregnancy test is negative, then progesterone is used to induce a period
5. Step #1 is then repeated, probably at an increased dose
Review with your doctor the plan so that you fully understand what is going on and WHY you are taking these medications.

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Answered: Thu, 2 May 2013
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