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So I had my first HCG shot yesterday morning. I had an u/s on Monday and Tuesday and had 2 nice follies. So my question is the doctor said I would ovulate 6-24 hours after the shot. So my DH came home from work and we BD last night but he can't come home today. We also BD on Monday. So do you think the timing was ok? Also, I didn't have any O' pains like I normally do. Is this normal?
I O'd last month and this month. Last month I missed my trigger shot and I had lots of pains that told me I was O'ing. This month, I got my shot and felt absolutely nothing. Because I felt nothing during O and no symptoms after O and I thought our timing may have been off a little, I assumed that I wouldn't get a BFP and I was shocked to see the BFP yesterday.
I think your good...remember its better to have those little swimmers ready and waiting for the eggie to pop out so i think you timed it well just make sure the next time you see DH you grab him just incase
I Oed about 40-46 hours after my trigger. Man did I feel that!
to you. Can't wait to see those double lines
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