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Need help re: Trigger shot/ovulation fear!!

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#1 Cerejanebellum

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Posted 25 February 2017 - 02:35 PM

Hi all. I'm on cetrotide antagonist protocol with gonal-f and Menopur. Went for u/s this AM (Saturday) 10 good follicles at least. Egg retrieval scheduled for Monday.

My fear is they didn't reorder my cetrotide. I took it last night (Friday) at 5 pm. I'm meant to trigger late tonight. I asked a couple times and the nurse said they weren't reordering the cetrotide bc my dose last night would cover me (ie to prevent ovulation).

That means by egg retrieval it will have been like 60 hours since my last dose... does this seem right? Of course a search on google has come up with so many different answers, some people say they didn't take their antagonist the same day as trigger, others say they took them both... can anyone shed any light? I'm afraid of ovulating all my beautiful eggs away...

#2 annatarz79

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Posted 25 February 2017 - 02:41 PM

if i remember correctly the day before  the trigger was my last day of all the other meds. i did  only the trigger on a Saturday at 23:00 and my transfer was on a Monday, good luck!!!

#3 ilovemydogs

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Posted 25 February 2017 - 02:44 PM

I was the same. Only trigger on the last day for all cycles.
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#4 returnable

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Posted 25 February 2017 - 09:39 PM

It does usually work out to about 60 hours. You did your last stimulant on Friday, trigger will be on Saturday Nd retrieval Monday morning.

Two IVFs and no chromosomally normal blasts to transfer...we are done with my eggs.