How many hrs later do you ovulate with Novarel. This is my first time with it, I had been using Ovidrel injections in the past. I got a shot this morning at 8:00am and got for IUI tomorro morning at 10:00am and day after at 9:00am.
The last timr I had relations was on 4/26 night...will it be a good idea to have realtions tonight 4/29 or will it do bad for tomorrow's sample. If I do not BD tonight, will I miss the train...
This was my first month with Novarel as well. Previously I had been using Pregnyl or Profasi.
I had my trigger shot last Thursday AM and then had my IUI last Friday AM, 24 hours later. Literally 12 hours after my IUI I started having super-duper cramping and I'm wondering if that was ovulation. It lasted from about 7pm-10pm. If it was, then it would have been exactly 36 hours after my trigger. I hope we didnt miss the boat by doing the IUI at 24 hrs post-trigger!
Now the cramping has turned into an achy, bloated feeling. My bbs are extremely sore, which I've never experienced before with the other hcg injections (of course, I dont know for sure that the sore boobs are from the injection).
Anyway, that's my experience! I wont know if it worked for another week and a half or so!
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