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    TTC after Mirena removal June 8.
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    kaminae posted:
    I got my Mirena IUD removed June 8 after having it for a year and a half. I had my period a few weeks after it was removed and have now completed my first cycle with no bfp. My question for y'all is how many of you also got your IUD removed in June and how are things going for you? I would love to get a bfp sooner rather than later but after reading all of the posts about early bfps and MCs are bothering me. Just looking for some others in the same boat and a little piece of mind.
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