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Trying to conceive , taking clomid, got periods with brown and little red blood. Pregnancy test negative

Hi we are trying to conceive, and on Clomid therapy for months already. My Cycle is 29 days.
I just got my period yesterday exact date I was suppose to, but still no flow... my period does not look like blood,
I'ts dark brown and then a little red blood comes out, not alot though only on top of the pad..I'm not getting cramps or anything like I usually do , I always have terrible cramps when I have my period that sometimes I cannot get out of bed, but now none. I tested negative when I tested yesterday. I guess I am still hoping I'm pregnant.
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Asked On : Thu, 18 Apr 2013
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Hello dear ,,,,,hope you get pregnant soon
Dear a cycle of 29 days is normal ,,,,dear you mentioned you got your cycle yesterday and its not like usual ok,,,dear the cycle pattern is not always the same ,,,,try three morning urine preg test if negative you are not pregnant
Gear in addition to medicines few other things also imp make sex around ovulation ,,you can know about your ovulation by ovulatin induction kit,,or by daily record of morning body temperature the day its more then normal is your ovulation
Yaur position is also imp ,,dnt use conventional method
Next low calcium high potassium in femal body favour pregnency so take lot of bananas and less dairy products
Eat yawns
Ask your husband to take coffee before love it increase sperm motility
Take folic acid tab getting chances of preg increase by 25percent
If still not conceived do your and your husband detailed check up
Hope so my answer satisfy you stay blessed
Answered: Thu, 18 Apr 2013
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