Hello girls, I got another question for you all. Ok so I got my Trigger HCG shot on Sept. 19 and I think I ovulated on 20/21 anyway. Just recently I'm experiencing hot flashes, twitching (not painful, I can just feel a tiny bit of pain like poking) on my left pelvic, I'm sooo gassy (TMI sorry) I never been, but I'm not sure if this could be a cause of Clomid or from the HCG shot? and the white creamy discharge (TMI again sorry) Anyone else experience the same thing? what was the outcome? anything promising? I just can't wait 2 weeks! It seems forever! Thank you all and Baby dust to us all!!!
dear mwalls5225 i just finished my 1st cycle of 50mg clomid 2nd till 6 day of periods.yes i experience the same thing pain in my left side in my lower abdomen n white creamy discharge just like lotion.i m under observation to track my ovulation the lady who is doing my scan told me ull feel pain in ur left ovary and its a good sign of ovulation and try to bding the same day day u feel pain.
i hope it will help u .
best of luck.
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