Our expert says:
It appears that not only do you have severe endometriosis in addition you may be having ovulatory problems as you have not seen your period on Clomid. I would suggest that you go back to see your gynaecologist or your fertility specialist to ascertain if ovulation is taking place on Clomid. You may require a higher dose and if despite the higher dose you still do not get a period then you would require medication such as FSH injections to help you ovulate.
Answered by: Dr Y.M. Dasoo
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