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clomid for about 3 cycles And no period?

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Im a 27 year old female married for 5 years know and ive been taking clomid 150mg for about 3 cycles. I was suppose to start my 4th cycle on the 14 of feb. And no period. Today will be the 3rd day that i skipped my period. Lately ive been having wired symtoms: easy dizzines, nauses, hot flases, very tired and sleepy. I ovulated on the 1st of Feb. I had white creamy discharge from my vigina which i never experince before! Well, my question is.. Could i be pregnant, or is my period just late? I took a pregnancy test on the 8th and the 13th but came out negative. I dont want to get my hopes up but i thought clomid should regulate my period! I dont please help! :) oh i forgot and hubby is very nauses..

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replied February 18th, 2012
Pregnancy Q and A Answer A31746
Hi, and thanks for your query on eHealth forum!

Since your next date was Feb 14th, take a test now and see. It would be best to take blood test for HCG estimation as this is more reliable. Alternatively test with ultrasensitive urine test. If the test is negative, please do not start Clomid. You need to find out first why you are having irregular periods.

Irregular periods decrease your chance of becoming pregnant. Many a times there is no ovulation when there are irregular periods. Also it is very difficult to know the exact date of ovulation when your periods are irregular. So calculating the fertile time becomes difficult. Some irregular periods are due to hormone imbalance. So this causes difficulty in the fertilized ovum to implant in the uterus.
Hence it is important to find the cause of irregular periods and treat them if you want to conceive.

High level of stress, dramatic changes in your life style, high cholesterol, hormonal imbalance as seen in thyroid problems and PCOS, chain smoking, may be some of the common causes of your irregular periods. Cushing’s disease and disorders of adrenal gland, tumors of the ovaries and adrenals, insulin resistance and obesity are some of the other factors. Prolonged use of oral contraceptive pills is another cause. Other important local causes of irregular periods are PCOS and fibroid uterus. PCOS causes cysts to form on the ovaries, interfering with regular ovulation. Diagnosis is by blood tests like blood insulin levels, serum testosterone and androgen levels and by ultrasound. I sincerely advice you to consult a gynecologist and get it evaluated. Take care!

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