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    ttc after using an IUD?
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    An_190800 posted:
    Is anyone here ttc after using an IUD?
     
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    BabyLovesPrada responded:
    Hi there, I have not personally, the board is a little slow today, there are quite a few regulars and one may have had that experience, good luck to you!
     
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    jlbelknap35 responded:
    I haven't had one but I can give you some facts I know. I know that it really depends on what one you have. If you use a copper one than its no big deal and you can start TTCing as soon as its out. But marana is a hormonal one that is like when you take birthcontrol pills where it secretes hormons, but like birthcontrol pills you can still TTC right away just your cycles might be a little off so I wouldn't freit if you got get KUed right away.
     
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    mrslee97658 responded:
    I have never had one, but I do know that once stopping an IUD you can TTC right away.
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