I've been searching the internet for some guidance/answers and haven't had any luck.
i was hoping someone here might be able to share their experience.
I had my merina removed March 28th. I am still yet to have had a period.
Is this common that 5 weeks can pass with no period?
Do you ovulate when your on the merina? as i did ovulation testing and did get a positive result mid April.
For the past week i have had extremely sore breasts which i thought may be it coming, tho i haven't had any cramping or bleeding (and from memory i may still have had minor cramping while i had the merina)
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04-05-2016 13:14 #1Junior Member
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04-05-2016 13:23 #2
You can get pregnant immediately off the mirena. As in it gets taken out... straight to pregnancy with no period.
It can also take 4-8weeks to get a cycle.
04-05-2016 13:45 #3
A friend of mine had her' mirena taken out and fell pregnant with out a period in between, she just gave birth to her beautiful son 3 weeks ago.
05-05-2016 09:23 #4Junior Member
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Thank you ladies for your response, I took a pregnancy test last night... And it was positive...
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