Our expert says:
I think Dr Burger answered your first question but to determine ovulation we usually do not check progesterone levels alone, but also look (with a sonar) at the ovaries whether there are signs of active follicles. No one test result can determine if you have abnormal progesterone levels. The hormone increases and decreases through numerous factors, such as age, test method, and the procedures of different labs. Also important is to know where where you are in your menstrual cycle since the amount of the horome will change with the time of the month.
Your gynecologist would probably not have prescribed Clomid if she thought you were ovulating.
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