i have had the mirena IUD in for 4 yrs. had it taken out 5 weeks ago to TTC #3. I've taken a test and it's positive. But I'm scared I'll miscarry because of it being so soon after the IUD removal. Has anyone had a successful pregnancy falling pregnant straight after mirena removal??
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27-01-2015 21:23 #1
Pregnancy after Mirena removal
27-01-2015 21:39 #2
I haven't ttc after mirena as I just had mine put in, but I did ask about conceiving after removal and I was told there are no issues conceiving after its been removed. The only issue with the mirena was conceiving if it was still in, as it could cause a miscarriage but the rate of failure is extremely low. My friend conceived a month after removal of her mirena and had a normal pregnancy and birth.
I'm sure there will be nothing to worry about. Congratulations
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27-01-2015 22:35 #3
I was just worried, as if heard a lot of people miscarrying after falling pregnant straight after IUD removal.
27-01-2015 22:36 #4
And thank you Pearlygirl ))
28-01-2015 18:06 #5
Have any others had any success or failures?
28-01-2015 18:46 #6
I had a success when I ttc 3 months after removal and then a miscarriage when we ttc the first month after removal. Sorry, probably not what you want to hear. I was told by the gynae that there were no issues and I didn't need to wait to ttc when o asked about miscarriage when falling pg straight after Mirena. I also had a friend who fell pg straight after Mirena and then miscarried. She also miscarried when she fell pg on the next cycle after her first one
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