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Pregnancy After Mirena

on Oct 09, 2012

by Brittany Null

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Pregnancy After Mirena

Getting pregnant after Mirena? Find out how long you should expect it to take to get pregnant after Mirena.

Mirena is an IUD that is chosen by many women as a form of birth control. It can be a great choice for a lot of women, since it provides a relatively low maintenance form of birth control that you don’t really have to worry about. It is a great choice for women who don’t want to have to worry about birth control every day and it is good for up to five years. But, the question is, what happens if you want to get pregnant after Mirena? Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

Have Mirena removed

If you decide to get pregnant, your doctor will have to remove your Mirena IUD. Once Mirena is removed, the contraceptive effects of it should be immediately gone. The average is that around 80 percent of women that try to become pregnant become pregnant within a year of stopping use of Mirena. Most doctors do recommend that you wait at least one menstrual cycle before trying to get pregnant, just to let your body get back into its natural rhythm.

Mirena is safe to use

The truth is that most women have little to no issues getting pregnant after Mirena. It is probably one of the easiest birth control methods to get pregnant with after it is removed. Actually, a lot of women are surprised at how fast you can get pregnant after your IUD is removed. There is no reason to worry, however, if it takes a few months to get pregnant. Everyone is different, so keep that in mind. What other women experience is not necessarily what you will experience. But, keep in mind that there is no research to show that there is any risk of extended infertility when taking Mirena.

Talk with your doctor

Mirena is a great choice for extended birth control for a lot of women. It is easy to use, and once you have the IUD implanted, there is nothing to have to worry about after that. It can be a wonderful choice for many families. Plus, when you decide that you are ready to have a baby, Mirena is a great choice since you can usually get pregnant very quickly after stopping use. If you are considering contraception, but you know that you want to be a mom in the future, ask your doctor if Mirena is a good choice for you.

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Brittany lives in Kansas City, where she and her husband Austin are the proud parents of a newborn baby girl. You can subscribe to their lively and entertaining YouTube Channel to follow along on their journey.

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  • Jazmine Mares

    dr removed mirena iud out on september 8 and i started bleeding a day later like hardly anything can i still get pregnant

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  • betsabeth

    I had my mirena removed on 9/21/16 after 2 yrs. and had been having unprotected sex ever sense. I’ve ways had my period while on mirena always been 5 or 6 days but this time it was only 3 days. Is there any chance I could be pregnant??

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  • betsabeth

    I just had my Mirena removed on the 9/21/16 ago after 2 years in place I been having unprotected sex 1 week before they remove it and still to this point. I got my period on the 9/29/16 but it lasted only 3 days when it’s usually 5 or 6 days .I’ve been cramping with breasts very tender. On 10/04/16 and I just spotted when I wipe today is the 5th .and it stop already. When is a good time to take a pregnancy test

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  • ttc#3

    I had my mirena removed on September 6th. Bled the next day for 3 days. I can always tell right away when I have conceived, so had a feeling for a few weeks. I had what I believed was implantation bleeding on October 14th (negative test). Was going to retest on the 18th but started a very heavy period with clots on Sunday the 16th. Continued to feel pregnant and so on the 18th evening I took a test and it was positive right away! I was having a very early miscarriage (chemical pregnancy). I’m wondering if it was because of the Mirena. Did anyone else have a miscarriage getting pregnant right after Mirena removal? Did you TTC again right after or wait a cycle?

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  • diana banks

    i had my mirena removed on 10/14/16, on 10/16/16 i had a normal menstruation as of today i am 9 days late for my period, i have taken a hpt that came back negative, however i do feel a lot of similar symptoms to when i conceived my daughter, nausea, fatigue, headaches, back aches, food aversions and a heightened sense of smell. i tested 2 days ago. Is there any advice you could recommend? thank you

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  • TTC in Pink

    My husband and I recently decided to have My Mirena removed so that we can TTC our baby girl (we have 2 boys together and 1 from his prior relationship). We did the deed two days and then again the night before removal. (both of us highly fertile). Both know the possibility of having conception occur due to this. Is this a possibility of becoming pregnant all the while allowing the male sperm to die off and female sperm to prevail to conception?

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