Followed the instructions the second month with the Clomid, and was hopping around on day 28 when there was no period. Due to irregular periods cos of my PCOS waited until day 30 and took another test. The appointment, I have now realised means I will not be taking Clomid for one month. I suffered with the worse period I have ever had in my life, with servere cramp and excessively heavy bleeding. I have another batch of Clomid to take before I go back to the hospital. After reading so much info here on the net, I am starting to believe that Homerton Hospital is not treating me correctly, as they are only doing the blood test and not giving me an ultrasound. 2nd month of clomid I got no period and did 4 tests before getting a positive one. I got pregnant with Clomid first month with DS1 but I'm trying for another one and I've given up on Clomid. At the moment I am a mess trying to get my head round everything that is happening, but I am spending more time crying than anything else and I hope that somebody will be able to offer me some advice as I am going crazy at the moment. I eventually got the result I wanted around day 35. It isn't making me ovulate and gives me this ridiculous 2 or 3 month cycle. It is so frustrating when you don't know what's happening isn't it? I've lost count of the number of pregnany tests I've done because I can't understand why my period hasn't come. It might be that Clomid isn't working for you either but you never know you could be pregnant. When I was pregnant I consulted a man who can tell if you are pregnant or not just by looking at your photos. This group is called Baby gender by parents photo I am also on Day 31 as well with no period and really no sign of it coming. I had failed clomid attempts at 50, 100 and 150mg so the put me on femara, 5 mg and then she did a step up when I didn't quite respond(but still bigger follicles than I had with clomid)7.5 mg, two mature follicles first cycle, O confirmed by blood test. I was pregnant a few months ago and it took almost a week for it to say positive so I am hopeful... I recently started going to a new doctor who is now doing follicle tracking by ultrasound. Tried all of those and still couldn't conceive, not until I following the method in now I'm a happy mother of 1 year old son. I am not sure what is going on with you specifically, but I can explain that clomid can change the length of your cycle by delaying your ovulation and thus the time in which your pregnancy test will be positive can be delayed by 4-7 days or your period as well. For me, I took clomid and on day 28 and day 32 my pregnancy tests were negative and now on day 42 it was positive. This month, I ovulated on day 12 but have yet to start a period. (i didn't check in between I just assumed there was something wrong with me.) I was advised that with some women clomid can throw off your cycle and you can need to take some progestin to get things flowing again, but the best thing to do is ask your doctor or a member of his/her office staff. I am now on day 31 and took a pregnancy test this morning that was negative. Then when I started Clomid, my cycle changed to 35 days. So it took me several months of thinking excitedly " Am I Pregnant? They should be knowledgeable about your situation to give you some reassurance. ANSWERS ABOUT CLOMID THAT YOUR DOCTOR DOESN' T SHARE WITH YOU!! " and being disappointed when I would get my period a week later. This is my first month on Clomid and I am on day 30. I have done extensive research on this drug and though it may work for one person it may not for others. It took me several months of this before I finally looked on the internet and found that this commonly happens with Clomid. I haven't taken a pg test, mostly because I don't want the dissapointment again.
Clomid dosing information. Usual Adult Dose for Ovulation Induction 50 mg orally once a day for 5 days. Therapy should be initiated on or near the 5th day of the menstrual cycle, but may be started at any time in patients without recent uterine bleeding. Clomid works along side what your body is already doing, and hence the timing of the tablets works in conjunction so that ovulation occurs as naturally as possible even though a med is the cause. You need your period first, don't start without your period or you'll just be wasting the clomid.