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Fertility medication causing later ovulation ?

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My last menstrual period was on march 8,my cycle is 28 days always consistant, i've been having pregnacy symptoms and my period tgis months is 2 days late but my bhcg level on april 5 was 2.39 and my symptom iss now kicking more. is it possible that ive ovulated later than the 23 of march since i took this month for the first time fertility meds to ovulate more,,,i took them on march 19,20,21

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replied April 7th, 2018
Early Pregnancy Signs and Symptoms Answer A63597
Welcome to this forum.
Usually we advice the ovulation inducing medicine in first few days of cycle, i, e day 2 to day 6 or day 3 to 7. So unable to under which medicine have you taken at midcycle, means on March 19/20/21. However, as the beta hCG level is low, you are nonpregnant. You should have your cycle soon.
Hope I can address your query. Please visit your doctor if there is any further confusion as without a clinical examination it is not possible to opine through an online medical forum.

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