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    Default Ovidrel trigger allergic reaction

    Anyone ever had an allergic reaction to the trigger shot? I ended up in emergency tonight with a swollen throat, puffed up eyes and hives. Dr Google says it can happen but the ambos, nurses and Dr were scratching their heads. Will speak to FS in the morning!

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    @BettyW sorry to hear hun, I haven't heard anything like this before but hope your better soon x

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    You poor thing! I think I had a little localised reaction (same with orgalutran etc) but nothing like that! I hope you're ok!

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    @BettyW I am so sorry to hear that I hope your ok now. Will EPU go ahead? I haven't heard of that happening to anyone I know but I will keep you in my thoughts today hope your feeling better.

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    Hi girls, I'm fine, my eyes are still a bit swollen. Clinic seemed mystified but not overly concerned, going ahead with EPU tomorrow. Thanks for your good vibes.

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