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    charity0408 posted:
    ok so i had the mirena taken out in november and started having normal cycles right away till last month my menstrul perod went from 5 days to 2 days and i thought i might have been pregnant took test it came back negative then i recently started again and i again only had my menstrul period for 2 days and i have been having several syptoms od pregnancy like nausea and sickness my breasts are also tender any explantaion would be great
    Yvette Smith, MD, MPH responded:
    I would go in and get a blood pregnancy test. They are better than urine pregnancy tests and might help sort things out. After that, well....

    My motto is, one time is a fluke and doesn't bear a lot of investigation. If you are not pregnant this time, wait and see what happens next. If your next period is normal (or better yet you are pregnant next cycle) than wonderful. If you notice that this happens again over the next few months, talk to your health provider about what has happened

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