Eligibility for Clomid(6 Posts)
JandL2020 Mon 25-Nov-19 21:36:19
carleygh Mon 25-Nov-19 21:29:35
JandL2020 Mon 25-Nov-19 20:29:08
physicskate Mon 25-Nov-19 19:53:25
JandL2020 Mon 25-Nov-19 18:13:33
JandL2020 Thu 21-Nov-19 17:39:03
To use this feature subscribe to Mumsnet Premium - get first access to new features see fewer ads, and support Mumsnet.Start using Mumsnet Premium
Thank you... Maybe they’re go down that route first then before we explore the next options. There is mild male factor issues from 2 sperm samples (both inconsistent) so he’s on proxeed to see if that helps.
Hi @JandL2020 I'm not sure it's much help but my periods were fairly regular and I had bloods that said I ovulated and they still put me on it for 6 months.
I also know several people with PCOS who have been on it x
Thanks Kate. I have my first nhs appointment soon so will see what they say
As it's a clinical decision, it's not possible for anyone to say with any degree of certainty.
It feels fantastic when they DO something, like a procedure or give you drugs, but you need to make sure it's the right thing that they're doing...
I'm very wary of clomid, personally. I didn't need it (only slightly irregular ovulation), it didn't work for me and it caused me to grow an ever-increasing fibroid!
I do hope you get some of the answers you're wanting soon!!!
Myself and my partner have been trying to conceive for well over a year now so we went private for testing.
My question is whether I would eligible for clomid based on my results. My AMH was on the high side 42 and my hycosy showed a polycystic picture but PCOS blood tests were negative. My 21 day bloods showed I ovulated 34 >. My periods have been fairly regular since March but they may vary by a day or so and I usually ovulate around day 16 according to opks.
The consultant was suggesting I would need clomid if my bloods confirmed PCOS and my 21 day came back low (it did in August but now normal) - but if this is now normal would they not go down that route?
Many thanks Mumsnet users