Wanting to know what other peoples ideas are on clomid with the trigger shot. My RE has been trying to get me ovulating on my right side since me left tube is blocked. 2nd round of clomid worked in getting me to produce a really good follie on my right side. Had the trigger shot friday. Hopeing to hear some success stories about the combination of these two?
Hello I had my first trigger shot on July 8 IUI was July 9 and I am pregnant. So it did work for me, I started noticing symptoms about 2-weeks later with just my boobs hurting so bad so I broke the cycle and figured I would test.. I am just about 4-weeks. None of my tubes were blocked but I had only 2-good follies on my left side and none on my right. Only 1-was fertilized.. Good Luck.. Keep us updated!
I had success with clomid and hcg and with just hcg but we also had IUI. But you may not need IUI if your only problem is that you aren't ovulating. I was already ovulating on my own but had unexplained infertility.
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