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An_241340 posted:
hi
my question is regarding the birth control
NAME :- MIRENA
TYPE :- IUD (not sure)
TIME :- FROM 2 TO 3 YEAR
LAST :- 11/07/2011 i took it out on this date
DATE
LAST DATE OF PERIOD :- SOME WHERE IN BETWEEN
OCT 1 TO 7 JUST A FEW SPOT
FOR A DAY.
LAST DAY OF SEX 11/06/2011
SO WHAT I HAVE CHANCE OF PREGNANCY
or shall i start taking pills from to today if not how many % chance do i have to concive a boy and what shall i do to not to be pregnant.
thank you
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Byroney_WebMD_Staff responded:
Welcome An_241340 and welcome!

Here is Nurse Jane's blog posting about Getting Pregnant after the IUD .

If you do not want to become pregnant, then you need to go on some form of birth control right away. You can discuss your options with your doctor.

If you are trying to conceive a boy, you have a 50/50% of having one like everyone else.

Best wishes,

Byroney
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