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On clomid for unexplained infertility, pain in ovary, feels bloated, ovulation test positive. Pregnant?

Hello, I am on clomid for the first time. I ovulate on my own days 32-35 been ttc for 4yrs with no lucky so been prescribe clomid for unexplained infertility I started my first clomid pill on 5/05/12 day 5-9 so i finished my last pill on 09/05/12 been feeling pain on both sides of my ovaries for the past 3 days in a role and very bloated I have been doing ovulation test from 11/05/12 with afternoon urine got a strong positive and since then been getting positive test for the past four days and been baby dancing for all the days i got a positive could I be pregnant? or there is something wrong with me please HELP!!
Asked On : Fri, 18 May 2012
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As you have mentioned, you took medicines and are doing a ovulation test which you are getting positive. This just means that ovulation has occured and this is the most fertile period.
This does not mean that you are pregnant.
If you miss your period this time or around the time of your expected period, do a urine pregnancy test using early morning urine sample.
good luck.
Answered: Wed, 6 Jun 2012
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