I am on my second round of clomid. I know I've posted and had several responses that clomid can make your cycle longer. The first month I took it my cycle was exactly 28 days- (I'm usually very regular as far as cycle goes) Well I am on day 33 and no period. I've been trying so hard not to get my hopes up because I know that another let down will be so hard. I have also been charting my basal body temperature. It still remains high. Again it usually drops about 2 days before I am going to get my period. I've been trying to decide whether or not to do a pg test. (Mostly for fear of the big negative, I've been holding off) My husband and I have been ttc for two years and like I said the let downs are horrible as I'm sure you all know. Well yesterday I took one- 1 line your are not pg, two lines u are. It was like 1 1/2 lines, the half line quite lighter than the other one. I've been kinda crampy all week (nothing major- in fact if I'm busy I don't really notice it- just when I start to think about it) like I'm going to get my period- it just hasn't come and other than that no other sign it's going to. What do you think I do next? If I am by chance pg, could the cramping pressure be normal or does that mean something is wrong already?
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