Our expert says:
It is generally not normal for your period to change from 28 days to 38 days on Clomid tablets. Clomid should generally only be used if you need to time a cycle using artificial insemination or if you generally have an ovulatory problem. If you have regular periods and have been ovulating before without the use of clomid then it is unusual that the clomid will prevent you from ovulating. My advice is that you use clomid under a gynaecologist care were he can assess under serial ultrasound whether a follicle is developing and whether ovulation is taking place.
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