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    Trigger Shot question
    deliela999 posted:
    How long after the trigger shot did you ovulate? I took mine Saturday afternoon. I have 1 huge follicle on each side that's been causing me a lot of pain. When the ultrasound tech told me they are each the size of a normal ovary I said that explains the pain and she said absolutely. I'm anxious both for the pain to go away and to know I ovulated before DH leaves town in a few days for a business trip. It says in the instructions that if I was doing IUI they'd do it 36 hours after the shot, which passed overnight.
    livelaughmoe responded:
    36 hrs
    Me 28 DH 29 TTC for 3 years. HSG, SHG good, SA good, 4 rounds on Clomid, all = BFN. 1st IUI BFN, 2nd IUI BFN, LAP done- cyst removed, 3rd IUI BFP (chem preg beta 26,5) 4th IUI 3/19/12.
    deliela999 replied to livelaughmoe's response:
    Thanks, I think that's about what happened. I woke up still feeling lousy, but as the day went on I kept feeling better and realized the pain was mostly gone. I take that to mean I must have ovulated. That makes me feel better about DH leaving town tomorrow.

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