I'm not quite sure clomid would work. Clomid is designed to make you ovulate...since it sounds like you already are, it won't really help, but it sure would increase your chances of multiples :)
I used metformin, a diabetic medicine, to concieve my first, but I had been diagnosed with PCOS. My doctor didn't want to put me on Clomid at first, so we tried Metformin. That made me ovulate and it regulated me, but if you don't have PCOS, you won't want to take this.
Best thing I can do is tell you to buy some over the counter ovulation kits, buy the ones with 7 and since you'r so far appart, you probably might need 2. (I had longer periods and had to use 2 in most cycles). They are kinda spendy at about $20 each, so you might want to look into if buying a digital one is better. They run above $100 (not sure exactly how much) but if it takes a few months, that might be about what you spend on kits.