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Problems about clomid - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   I have been taking provera for the last 5 days at 10mg a day and metformin at 500mg per day. I am supposed to start clomid today but I think I may be ovulating on my own. I havent for a few months. Is it possible for these drugs alone to cause this? I have cramping and egg white cervical mucus as Ive read online. I also see what looks like a ferning pattern on my ovulation microscope. Is it possible I am ovulating on my own from these meds and if so what do I do about the clomid??
Doctor :   hi
User :   Hello!
Doctor :   let me read your query
User :   Sure, its more of an OB/GYN question
Doctor :   i understand you are undegoing treatment for PCOD ?
User :   Right correct for polyscycstic ovarian syndrome
Doctor :   PROVERA can ocassially cause cramps
User :   but i also have a positive saliva ovulation test and increased cervical mucus so im wondering if im actually ovulting now from it i dont want to start the clomid if i am and i was told to start today, the day after i finished the provera
Doctor :   METFORMIN helps in the treatment of PCOD and clmid is helpful to induce ovulation properly in patients not ovulating normally
Doctor :   if the ovulation tests are positive, then the need for clomid, does not arise
Doctor :   are u there ?
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Doctor :   please log in again if u have any medical questions
Doctor :   bye for now
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