Im actually new at the forum. I had Mirena for 03 years after my 01st baby. Never got a period while using mirena. I got it removed 6 weeks ago, had unprotected sex for about a week, but then started using condoms.
The thing is that I still havent gotten my period, except form a brownish spotting for two days the day after removing mirena.
My question is: Can I be pregnant?
Ps. I have really tender breasts and Im very sensible to smells. I also have slow abdominal discomfort, like if I have a period.
merina will mess up your period for awhile. I have merina in 2003 as well and removed in July 2007. i didn't have my regular period. some month i have 42CD, other month i have 35. just about 2 months now, i have CD31.
It's take awhile for your system to adjust. getting pregnant is really hard. i tried since merina removed and still not able to conceive becuase my period is irregular and don't know when you are ovulating.
let your body at least 6 months to come back to normal.
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