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    Default TTC after mirena removal

    Hi all,
    I had my mirena removed on the 20/5/19 after 3 years.
    The last 7 months of having it my Cycles were bang on regular. Like clockwork.
    I had what I believe was. Period 4 days after removal which lasted 6 days and was textbook period. Red in colour and faded out as normal with occasional cramps. No big deal.

    I started using Ovia app to track my cycles.
    Ovia suggested my fertile window was from the 6/6 to the 11/6.
    I used OPKs during that time and never got a positive so I just assumed I missed it while testing- or I did it wrong as it was my first time ever using them.
    Anyway, DH and I BD on the 6,9 and 10 of June. By Saturday night the 8/6 I was having mild tingly cramps on my right pelvic side which cane in waves and I though that was maybe O. Hence the BDing on the 9 and 10th.

    Today I woke up feeling quite amazing. My 10am I was feeling strange. A good strange. It’s hard to explain. However by 1pm when I went to the bathroom I noticed pinky CM when I wiped and it has been there each time I wiped since. But only when I wipe. No loner needed.
    Throughout the day I had some tingly feelings in my abdomen/ pelvic area but no pain at all.

    What do you think that could be ??? According to Ovia I’m not due for my period until the 23/6.
    But then again as this is my first cycle after having mirena out I’m trying not to get to analytical.

    Implantation? Period? I just don’t know.

    Any advice will be great

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    Well - update... got my period this morning. I’m guessing this is going to be my first official cycle now that my body has had a few weeks to sort it’s self out.

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    Mine came early on the second month of having it out CD 24.. it might just take a while to adjust... I don't really know either.

    I ovulated CD 14 last month and again CD 14 this month.

    Hoping to spread out my cycle cause my Lp is very short if it keeps up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Am33 View Post
    Mine came early on the second month of having it out CD 24.. it might just take a while to adjust... I don't really know either.

    I ovulated CD 14 last month and again CD 14 this month.

    Hoping to spread out my cycle cause my Lp is very short if it keeps up.
    Can I ask.... how heavy where your periods? Mine is so heavy I am forever changing.
    And I feel so fatigued from the blood loss

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsF2019 View Post
    Can I ask.... how heavy where your periods? Mine is so heavy I am forever changing.
    And I feel so fatigued from the blood loss
    I used a cup and that is the second time using it. I feel I had heaps more loss my first period after merina removal compared to my second period.


 

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