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New here!

Hello!  I'm usually on ttcal, but now that I've been there for almost 16 months, this board can probably offer me more assistance.  I had a m/c at 18 weeks in May 08, we took a few months off, then started ttc again in Oct 08.  I've had fsh and progesterone bloodwork, an hsg, and DH has had a sa...all normal, except for DH's slightly low motility.  This cycle we started using pre-seed and DH is taking FertilAid.  I started spotting today, so I think I need to contact an RE.  I know many women take clomid, but I ovulate regularly...is clomid still an option for me?

Thanks!

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Re: New here!

  • Clomid can help as it "strengthens" your ovulation you are having now. Just be sure you are seeing a RE who will monitor your cycles to make sure clomid is working for you.

    A lot of years and a million tears finally led me to you.
    After 7 years trying to concieve, 3 failed IUIs and 2 failed IVFs, my third IVF was a success!
    My Christmas baby turned into a turkey bird! Dillon Richard was born at 34 weeks, 5 days on November 28, 2009 after 10 weeks on bedrest for preeclampsia.
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  • I agree with clomid strengthening your ovulation.  Also, you might want to post on the Infertility board. Most of the girls who used to be on T-TTC are there now.  Not sure why they kept this one, but you might find more help/information over there.

    Good luck! 

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