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Trying to conceive. Had miscarriage in the past. On metformin and clomid. Will this increase the progesterone levels?

My daughter has been TTC for 3 years. She had a miscarriage in Jan at 7 weeks. Her progesterone level was 8.4 during that pregnancy. The dr. put her on Clomid 100mg / Metformin 1500mg last month and her P4 was 8.4 with no pregnancy. This cycle she is on 150 mg Clomid / Metformin 1500mg and her P4 was 40.7 at 6/7 DPO today. Does she stand a good chance at pregnancy with that level of progesterone?
Asked On : Mon, 29 Apr 2013
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The progesterone levels are good as per the reports. This definitely increases her chances of conception in this cycle. She needs to continue with the treatment as her gynecologist has advised her.
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Answered: Wed, 1 May 2013
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