Answered by Kaywinnet - Jun. 3, 2012 7:55pm
GPs are of no use when trying to conceive. Definitely try to talk with your gynecologist or even a reproductive endocrinologist! I understand not starting Clomid with no period, but if that were the case you should have been prescribed a medication to jump start your cycle.
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Answered by a member - May. 10, 2012 7:52am
why dont you try vitex and red raspberry leaf? got me ovulatating and my period after taking for a month! good luck
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Answered by michelle2879 - May. 10, 2012 5:34am
I just went to an obgyn. The first thing she did was prescribe provera to start af since I have not had it in a very long time. Then she wants me to go have u/s done. After my bloodwork has come back she has already mentioned clomid so like the other ladies I would check out some obgyn in your area!!!!
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Answered by a member - May. 10, 2012 2:47am
Personally, I would see an OBGYN or an RE--someone who specializes in this field. Good luck!!
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Answered by sammehbaybeh - May. 10, 2012 2:46am
A Gp isn't allowed to prescribe clomid, only a gynecologist or a fertility specialist can sorry :(
As for ovarian drilling i haven't had it done because it also scared me a bit, but i have had a laparoscopy to drain some of my cysts.
Good luck with everything! xx
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