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Pcos clomid and trigger shot

Has anyone had sucess with clomid and the trigger shot? I have pcos and am wondering if anyone out there has had sucess with these combinations?
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I just did 3 months of clomid and included the HCG shots on 2nd and 3rd month and unfortunately I still didn't get pregnant! Hopefully you have better luck.
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Is that costly those shots
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I'm on cycle three for clomid and trigger shot and still no luck. I'm close to giving up. I'm so depressed about all of this. I feel so drained.
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I am 20 years old and ttc . I gave my son up for adoption when I was 16 so being diagnosed with PCOS was a blow . I have no cysts or pollyps just the hormones .. seeing a specialist in 4 months seems so far ... hoping for metformin and clomid. . hoping not to be shot down from my age
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I'm not sure if it's working for me yet it was my first one...I test Monday to see if I am preggo I have tested already and negative and yes they can be costly depends on where you live
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I am 21 so they shouldn't
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@Brooke, yes they can be costly. Lucky for me, my insurance covers 100% of the cost of all the meds, ultrasounds and shots. They just don't cover IUI's
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