We did the trigger on Wednesday. That was amusing; it's been over two years since A had to give me a shot. He was all fine with doing it, but then he saw the needle and said, "That's a really big needle." I reminded him that it was intramuscular, and he shook his head. Poor guy is still a little squeamish about needles, but he's come a long way! I remember when he couldn't watch me do my injections or get blood drawn. It kind of sucks that we both had to get over our needle phobia, but it is what it is. Needles? Pfft. No biggie. He was injecting it really slow and I had to remind him it wasn't as viscous as PIO and to just plunge that crap. Good times.
Thursday I had a ton of abdominal discomfort and bloat, so I'm pretty sure that's when I ovulated. I had to post-pone my jog until Saturday because of how uncomfortable I was. It wasn't as bad as the cycle with V (where I had 7 follicles, if you remember) but I'm hoping that's a sign that all 3 matured enough and released. It was iffy whether the 13 would catch up. If not, at least the other two should have been good.
I was supposed to start the progesterone Friday, but I didn't get a temp rise until Saturday morning so I waited until then. So, on Crinone again. Yay. Sort of. I hate the residue and clumpy crap it leaves behind. It builds up too. I don't know if everyone has this problem, or just me, but I sort of prefer PIO. Yeah, it hurt and left lumps, but it didn't leave a packing of gunk behind. Ugh. Yuck.
So, based on my trigger I'm 4dpo today. Not sure when I'll test. The trigger has always been out by 9dpo, so I guess at 8-9dpo I'll use one of my cheapie pregnancy tests to make sure that's out. After that... I don't know. I might wait until 13-14dpo this time, since I only have one first response early response test. If I have spotting before then, I'll check earlier though. My last two pregnancies I had spotting at 11dpo and tested positive, I also had low progesterone last time, and I suspect that was the case with the third miscarriage (and that might have contributed to the implantation failure).
So, the TWW is under way. More updates to come, I'm sure. There really isn't much to say though- we've done everything we can, and now the rest if out of our hands. Come whatever may. I'll probably post to pass the time, if nothing else.