i got a HCG trigger on Friday 18th CD 12 whats weird is that i felt ovulation 48 hrs after the shot is that normal?
didnt take an OPK but the fertile mucus (TMI!! sorry) started on Sunday 20th with a lil bit of brown discharge and still suffering from it until now..also had intercourse today and suffered pain like something is being pressurised inside !!...any idea whats going on with me!
Actually, I have had the same issues. I recently had my first IUI (24 days ago). Well, I also have had the brownish discharge on and off (a good bit of it). I am still having it somewhat and pain in my ovaries during intercourse. I'm not sure what's going on either, but I think maybe all the meds including the trigger shot swell you ovaries somewhat and can cause pain. Turns out I wasn't pregnant. Had my period but it only lasted two days which is weird. I'm going in for 2nd IUI next month. Di you also have an IUI or IVF? Take Care!
Im still contemplating iui as iv concieved 3 times naturally before dunno what happened after birth control my fertility wont get back to normal so decided to try medication route. the thing is i dont think im pregnant either cuz kinda missed bding the 2 most significant days after a breakdown on the pct results..hope we both get our bfp asap i cant take the frustration anymore. for me its not only worrying about being pregnant my main issue is keeping the pregnancy - had 1 ectopic and rubal removal then 2 miscarriages all in 08-09
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