first time I had a trigger shot - 6 days ago - and I have symptoms, thanx god I know it's happening because the shot - the only thing I don't know is: how long does it take this trigger to clear off.... ?
I guess you aren't testing it out? The average is 10 days for a 10k trigger, but everyone is different. Hopefully the symptoms are getting worse and are real!! Every day I wake up hoping for morning sickness!!!
I just checked the box it says 5000 - I don't know what it really means.... I feel bloated and crampy and my nipples were hurting today. It is 8.40 pm here and I'm ready to go to bed :D lol I don't know if it's for real, I will wait until next Sunday or Monday with testing.
FX for your morning sickness - tomorrow maybe? ;)
Now not most people have it in there system this long , but i would get a pos, at 12 dpo still from the trigger, Ive used the trigger about 10 times, and its diff all the time and its diff for every woman, the best thing to do, is test the trigger out, so u know when the trigger is gone and when its a real positive, Good Luck
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