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    No cylcye yet
    hntrgrl95 posted:
    I had my mireana removed the 19th of Feb and my fiance and I had fun that night and then a couple nights later but I have been really crampy on off since that day and my doctor said I would probably start my cylce shortly after having my mireana removed and still haven't had one is my body still trying get back to normal or could I be pregnant already and it's not register on home pregnancy test yet and my ovulation test have been low fertility
    kristine403 responded:
    Hi there, I think you might be pregnant because some women got pregnant after their mirena has been removed. But sometimes your cycle won't be normal asap. So I think you should really wait just for you to be sure on what's going on with your body. Let me also share here with you a site I've been using to track my ovulation period and I hope it could also help you.

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