Not on either but curious as to why you're supposed to take it on certain days. I know most people say CD2-8 or 3-9, etc. But why is it CD2 for some people and CD3, 4 or 5 for others? Or is it just a matter of preference?
when I took clomid (yuck) it was days 1-5, first time because I wasn't ovulating at all & while I didn't conceive on it I did start ovulating normally afterwards (prob because I gained weight). 2nd time because I was ovulating late in the cycle (cd22+), & dr wanted to make it earlier so egg release would be the same time as the best quality lining (didn't work I got big cysts & didn't take it again).
I've seen lots of people using soy on ff - no idea if it works though.
Yeah I know loads of women who conceive late or on very long cycles, but some doctors belive that if you ovulate late (>CD17) then there can be a problem with the lining being less receptive to implantation. Certianly there's a lower pregnancy rate/year in women with longer cycles simply because there are fewer chances on conceive over that time.
Personally (8 pregnancies now) I have only ever conceived on my shorter cycles (28 days rather than 31+) so I get very excited if I ovulate on day 14 or 15. Who knows?