I got the call from the nurse yesterday to trigger last night. When she called me I was in my car and unable to pull over. But the instructions were easy enough. I triggered last night at 11 and ER is now scheduled for tomorrow at 11. My DH woke me up last night and told me it was time to take the injection, so I mixed it and went back to him with it to inject. After it was over, I looked and it was only 10:45. Of course, I began to freak out on him because I was told to do it at 11. Is there a window? So, then I began to question everything. I thought the nurse told me the other day that I would trigger and then do ER 35 hours later. Well, since I triggered at 11 last night and ER is 11 tomorrow that is 36 hours (and 15 minutes). Now, I am second guessing myself. Was I suppose to trigger at midnight? I do not recall the word midnight or 12AM, but I am still freakin out. Has anyone had ER 36 hours after trigger? I was going to call my nurse but I don't want to seem like a total space cadet.
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