Anyone tired after the hcg trigger shot?

Discussion in 'Long Term Trying To Conceive' started by Stash777, Jun 3, 2011.

  1. Stash777

    Stash777 Mommy to Teagan Noelle

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    I mean tired, exhausted, low energy? I just feel like I can barely keep my eyes open at times. I just did the trigger shot two days ago.
     
  2. CrystalLight

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    It didn't affect me in those terms, but my injection site was very tender for a few days after. Far more tender than the injection sites with FSH hormone.
     
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    lovecutie1 Well-Known Member

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    Fist time when I had the shot I was very tired afterwards but in this cycle I am having normal energy.. It could be I was very very tensed as my Hubby gave the injection first time and it din't hurt.....I am having phobia with injection, this cycle I knew it'll not hurt much :) I also made sure to keep myself fully hydrated.... Are you drinking enough water ??
     
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    wantanerd Well-Known Member

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    YES!!!! I lounged around for two days afterwards! But today it seems okay minus some cramping. The shot location is also a little tender. But I figure it is a good excuse to lie around since it is the first time I know I am ovulating =)
     
  5. Stash777

    Stash777 Mommy to Teagan Noelle

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    Thank you ladies for your replies. :) I'm feeling much more energetic this morning, thank God! I have tons of things to do today.

    Love - Yes I am drinking plenty of water - it's all I drink usually anyway. :)

    Oh and yes, the injection site was tender for a few days with a bit of redness (that's all gone today too).

    Anyhow, glad to know it's fairly normal and I'm not alone. :)
     

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