Our expert says:
If you are achieving ovulation on Clomid, then on Clomid usually the cycle should be shortened to a 28-day cycle and ovulation will probably take place on around day 14. However this is not always the case and it may vary from one individual to the next. If you are not sure whether ovulation is taking place or not or if ovulation is taking place earlier and there is some confusion about that, then the better option is to assess for follicular development while on Clomid. This will mean undergoing serial ultrasound examination and actually examine the size of the follicle as it is growing. Your gynaecologist or fertility specialist will then be able to ascertain exactly if and when ovulation is then taking place.
Answered by: Dr. Y. Dasoo
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