Our expert says:
In general ovulation using clomihexal or other such drugs occur unpredictably depending on receptor response and on underlying ovarian function. However, in a patient who regularly ovulates on day 14, then it could be expected that ovulation may occur two or three days earlier. In most fertility institutions, ovulation monitoring begins from about day 9 onwards in a clomiphene citrate stimulated cycle.
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