I got mirena removed tuseday after having it in for about 2 and 1/2 years. my fiance and i had sex that night and today i started light bleeding. i think its my period but i havent had a normal period since mirena. they were usually heavy and lasted for 5 days before mirena and during mirena they were 2-3 days light enough to not need pads or anything. i have no idea when im supposed to be ovulating because i never kept track on mirena. is this implantation bleeding? my period? can i be pregnant?
my experience sounds a lot like your also. had my mirena out 3-31-10 started bleeding the next day. had sex on the 2nd. took a prenancy test 4-11-10 it was negative and started bleeding again this morning. im confused about the whole thing. i never kept track while having my mirena because my monthly cycle lasted only 2 days and was so light i dint need tto use anything either.
Hey ive had the mirena in for almost 3 years and the last 3 months I have been spotting everyday its been driving me crazy and when im not spotting I feel really bad cramps like om going to start again I feel like its the iud and time to change the birth control
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