Yep, 11 days in is not a great time time to add corals. i would wait a month at least to make sure the levels stabilize and are good.
That many fish in such a short time would put a stress on even the most established tank so I would also urge you to slow down.
The single most important thing in saltwater is patience. I know it sounds corny but it is so true. It's more important than any piece of equipment. just hang in there and wait a bit. I also dont think so many damsels are a good thing, they are notoriously nasty and in large numbers I bet will gang up on other fish. LOL
As far as pods
, they have nothing to do with the corals at all. They develop over time as your tank matures. Thats why you have to wait maybe a year to add a mandarin, if then even. A mandarin can and will eat an entire population of pods
in days. They literally hunt all day long for food, without a break, they are constantly on the move. The same holds true for scooter "blennies" so watch out for them as well.