You should ask your doctor but the follicular phase likely isn't longer because of clomid. Clomid just allows you to release more eggs to enhance chances of conceiving. So, the normal follicular phase lasts from first day of your period until the day you ovulate. On clomid (or otherwise), the best way to conceive is to track your cycle, begin having sex on day 10 of your cycle and do so every other day for the next 10 days (longer if you have a longer than average cycle). okay, that wasn't helpful. ha. I see you are asking really a different question. You have a follicle that is big in size. Mostly, clomid is used to get women ovulating. Now, if you have hyper stimulation, "too many eggs" in a cycle, they tell you to avoid trying that month. Normally, the increased follicle size makes you release the egg for ovulation. The 30mm size is large. I'm sorry about that. That may be problematic. What does your doctor say about that? Unfortunately, I don't think that is a viable size of a follicle for pregnancy. Let us know what happens. Trying to conceive is a roller coaster and I apologize for all the info you didn't really need in this post. Someone else may be helped by it. (I hope).
Wondering what happened. What did your doctor say?