I am going to get my mirena removed next Monday and am curious how difficult it has been for others to get pregnant. i am 23 and have had my mirena in for 3 year now and cant seem to find out information on how difficult it has been for other mirena users after removal to get pregnant, can any one give me some what of an idea of what im looking at trying to achieve? or maybe give me some facts that could be beneficial?
Hi checked with my Doc about four month ago when I was going to take mines out. The Doc said that you can start trying right after you take it not. She you ouvalte right after its removed I hope this helps. type on Mirena removal on wedmd they should give you some get facts.
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