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IVF injections when clocks change

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sandytoes84 Thu 25-Oct-18 21:25:12

Are you going to inject an hour earlier on Sunday, stick to same time (an hour later) or gradually adjust over next couple of days?

Persipan Fri 26-Oct-18 11:56:14

I'm not injecting at the moment but I'd probably aim to shift it by half an hour the day before (mainly because I'm not very precise about the timings anyway).

findingmywaytoday Sat 27-Oct-18 22:40:46

I was at the clinic this morning and asked this. I was told that as I'm still taking the menopur and cetrotide I can carry on at the same time (i.e.) ignore the change in time. However, if it was the trigger shot then the change in time would have had to have been factored in.

Blondeshavemorefun Sat 27-Oct-18 23:29:08

When I did it a few years ago I was told stick to old time for daily jabs

AniSL Sun 28-Oct-18 08:06:17

I had to carry on my stimms when we went overseas for treatment, two hours ahead, clinic advised not to worry too much about timings, trigger shot timing is the important one

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