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    Default Orgalutran 1 hour late

    Hi Girls.
    I'm freaking out a little.
    I am on my first cycle, with egg collection on Thursday.
    I have just realised that I didn't adjust my med times when daylight savings finished on Sunday. So on Sunday, Monday and tonight I have taken gonal-F and Orgalutran 1 hour late. Do you think this will be OK?
    It's too late to call my clinic so will call first thing in the morning, but freaking out a little in the meantime...
    I am also meant to be triggering later tonight.

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    As far as I'm aware the only one that has to be super accurate is the trigger.

    I'm sure you'll be fine

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    ^^^ this.

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    It'll be fine. And even with your trigger, do it at the time you were told, not the adjusted time as you have it 36 hrs before your EPU so no need to adjust as your EPU won't be pushed out an hour because of daylight savings.

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    What about if you don't get a full dose? I stupidly managed to pull the plunger part out and after putting it back in and taking the needle cover off the pressure squirted a bit out. I think I got maybe half to just under half a dose


 

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