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23 Aug 2007
I've been on Fertomid for two months. First cycle started with Provera, went for CD14 scan and 21D blood test. Gynae were happy I did ovulate and I had the egg white discharge at time of ovulation. Second cycle used fertomid again but did not ovulate, did'nt had the egg white discharge. This month I'm still waiting for my periods to start fertomid, if it's not coming then I'll use provera. I got the egg white discharge this month. Can I still fall pregnant, does it mean I did ovulate (the discharge). Or should I wait for next month and start provera if period is not coming.
I presume that you have done a prgenancy test. If this is negative, take Provera and Clomid again.
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