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Trying to get pregnant after the Mirena
Nikkii88 posted:
I had my mirena removed about 3 weeks ago and im trying to get pregnant. Two days after the removal i started spotting then two days after i stopped then i started full on one day after that then it stopped again now its like im off and on my period every other day. Can i still get pregnant or could i be?
gO_Naturally_Pregnant responded:
Hi Nikkii,

Yes you can still get pregnant. There are a lot of cases where people were in the same boat as you now and still got pregnant naturally.

A recent study with 119 women showed that 80% became pregnant within one year of trying to conceive and 87% within two years.

Natural Pregnancy is a miraculous thing though and there are many factors other than determining when ovulation occurs that have to work together.

This includes for example amount of daily caffeine consumption, weight, sex position, folic acid consumption, lubricants used and many other things...

We have nice article about the most important and easy to follow tips on how to get pregnant naturally . <- Click Here

Have a read through it.

All the best and let us know if there is anything we can do for you at our website see below.

Best Regards and keeping my fingers crossed for you

NaturalPregnancyHelper responded:
I found that I fell pregnant with each of my kids after I stopped focusing on trying to ge pregnany. Taking a wholistic approach to fertility also helped. is a great resource.

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