Our expert says:
Dear Henriette Cloete
It is extremely difficult to give you an accurate idea of whether you ovulated or not and when. It is common practice to use an ovulation monitoring method either ultrasound scanning or the urine LH testing kits whilst on treatment. Also the use of progesterone from day-10 of your cycle is inappropriate as this may interfere with endometrial development and the progesterone should be use after ovulation has occurred. The symptoms you described may well be due to the progesterone but may also occur in the early stages of pregnancy but the pregnancy possibility is highly unlikely on day-21.
Answered by: Dr M.I. Cassim
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