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    kryssi0604 posted:
    Hello, Im 27 and have been married for a year now. I have a 6 year old son and right after giving birth I decided to get the mirena instead of other methods because it did not require remembering and frequent visits to the doctor. It was said that it may take up to a year before you are fertile again so I had it removed a year before my wedding date. Now my anniversary has past (July 5) and I still have not been able to get pregnant. Can anyone give me some suggestions? Has any of the drugs worked for you?
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