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    IUC (Mirena) removal next week!
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    An_239846 posted:
    Hi all! I am new here. I am pretty excited because I am getting my IUC removed next friday. However we aren't going to be trying to conceive for another ten months (next August). I have had my Mirena for a total of eight years. I have two children ages 8 and 9, but I am turning 30 and am a little concerned about whether I'll have difficulty getting pregnant or not. Anyhow, we are going to be using condoms and other non hormonal contraceptives until then. I am just really happy and excited because this is the first step in planning our pregnancy. I have been eating well, and exercising, and I will start taking prenatal vitamins tomorrow!
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