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    TTC after removing CopperT
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    An_248906 posted:
    I am 33 years of age. I had the copperT inserted in March 2005 when my son was 3 months and then removed it in August 2012. In the month of June, July 2012 I had very less bleeding during menstruation (just 2 days, and it was over completely; generally it is for 4-5 days atleast). I also had a cyst that dissolved by itself in the month of August.


    I removed the copperT in August 2012, and since then we are TTC., but no luck so far. I am observing that my periods are getting back to normal flow, but I am getting a little disappointed because I am eagerly waiting for the baby's good news... Before removing the copperT I had an ultrasound done, and it was seen on the screen that the copperT had slipped from its original place and that was also one of the reasons to get it removed. Can copperT slip from its place after being there for 8 years??[br>[br>How much time does it take to conceive again after removing the copperT. We both are eagerly waiting for the good news...
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