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December 15th, 2011, 12:27 PM
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So, I just took my first trigger shot yesterday and was wondering how long before it shows up on HPTs? My OPK lines are getting darker but still no lines on HPTs. I plan on testing it out and was just wondering how long before it shows up.
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December 15th, 2011, 12:36 PM
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Hmmm, I always did my trigger at night and then woke up the next morning to a bright, dark, blaring BFP. When did you do the trigger yesterday, and how many units was it?
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December 15th, 2011, 01:35 PM
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I triggered with Ovidrel. I peed a couple hours later and nothing, then a total of 9 hrs post-trigger I got a crazy bfp. The next morning it was even darker. Next morning was roughly the same, this morning was a lot lighter, although I didn't "hold it" as long as the previous mornings. My OPKs are still ridiculously positive.
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Jan. 2009: Came off years of BCP and started TTC
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Oct. 27, 2010: I held him in my arms while Daddy, Grandma, Great-Uncle and I sang him to sleep =( Hardest thing I've ever done...
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Dec. 2011: 2nd medicated cycle. BFN.
Jan. 2012: Took a month off to breathe...
Feb. 2012: Same regimen of Clomid and other meds, add IUI. 2 eggs and 8.5 million swimmers. BFN.
March 2012: 75 IU Follistim CD 3-11, follie scan CD 8 showed 6 follies likely to mature. Triggered, IUI on CD 14, 4 million swimmers. BFN.
April 2012: 75 IU Follistim CD 3-10. Scan showed 2 mature follies, 2 almost certain to mature, and two not likely but possible. (All 6 evenly and perfectly spaced out between the left and the right.) Triggered, IUI CD 13 with 5 million swimmers. BFN.
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December 15th, 2011, 02:27 PM
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250mcg injection at about 530pm. I did just finally get a faint bfp. And a blaring positive OPK...wll be bd'ing tonight!
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December 15th, 2011, 02:56 PM
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Okay, that makes more sense. A lot of us get 10,000 unit triggers, so that would explain why yours showed up a little slower. Go catch those eggies
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December 15th, 2011, 05:31 PM
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my trigger was 10,000 units and I had a faint line 20 minutes later. It was blaring positive 12 hrs later when i woke up and took another 10 days beyond that for it to leave my system
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