I tend to have anovulatory cycles, as well. I am on my first round of clomid, but I also implemented a lot of lifestyle changes over the past few months. It seems to have worked, or at least it looks that way, since I actually did ovulate on my own last cycle. My blood sugar always tests fine, too, but I've noticed on my own that I have some level of insulin resistance (just from observing how I feel after eating certain foods). I've been working very hard to balance my prot/carb intake, and I've also started exercising with both aerobic and resistance exercise. I've also tried to cut out caffeine and drink only water, decaf green tea, and rrl tea. I've implemented light therapy changes, too. I usually like to be able to see the night sky while I sleep, but I've read that exposure to too much light while we sleep can really affect our cycles. I started keeping the bedroom completely dark except cd13-17, when I leave a hall or closet light on.
I don't know if any one of these things this has helped, or if they all have had a small impact, but my avg pre-O and post-O temps are significantly higher, I have much more EWCF, and I actually had a positive OPK last cycle.