If you have a 27/8 day cycle normally,Then you take clomid on days 2-6 of your cycle,What day will ovulation occur.I am hearing so many stories and just need advice and a wee bit help really.I normally ovulate days 13/14.I have heard that clomid delays ovualtion and makes your cycle slightly longer.Any help will be appreciated x
hi, last cycle was my first round of clomid and i had my AF about the same day i usually have which is CD25, my cycle average length is 25 days, and i ovulated also about the same day i usually do. so i think it is not necessarily that clomid can effect your ovulation and cycle length, maybe it differs from someone to someone..
today im on CD3 and took my first clomid pill second round, hope it will work with me this time
The best way to check for O is by opk and CM. I have done 4 rounds of clomid and every month my cycle gets a day longer. My cycles used to be 30 days and now about 33 days. I O before clomid on CD 12 and now it is more like CD 18-20. Hope that helps some;
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