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TTC - Provera & Clomid

By Anonymous October 10, 2011 - 10:33pm
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We are ttc, I've got PCOS and dont get my periods. My temp dropped last week Monday to show period is due, I had low temps below my coverline for the whole week but no period. For 1 day it went above coverline but thats all.Doc prescribed provera 5mg for 5 days and then clomid from d2 - d6. I did a blood pregnancy test yesterday and was negative so I started my provera yesterday and took 1 this morning.

My problem Im having now is that from Sunday my temps was high above coverline and yesterday morning. When I did temp today it was also high again. On fertility friend it shows now that I ovulated on cd24, that was Saturday.

But now I've started the provera... could I have ovulated so late? Should I continue with provera or not? I remember with my previous pregnancy i was also on Provera/Clomid I asked her if the Provera can do anything if I took it & found out I was pregnant and she said no because it is progesterone that is normally in pregnancy.???

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Hi Anon,

Welcome to EmpowHer!

What you are describing sounds like your ovulation day was Saturday. Once your temperature peaks it means that you have already ovulated, hence fertility friend saying you ovulated Saturday and your temp peaking on Sunday.

I'm not sure who "her" is--assuming it was your doctor she is right. Progesterone is a hormone found in pregnancy so it isn't harmful to you or the baby if you were to be pregnant.

Best Wishes,


October 11, 2011 - 6:10am
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