Once IUD is removed, when can you start the pill again?
Hi- I have had my Mirena for about 4 1/2 yrs- it has been very uneventful. My only complaint and it's a big one--- i cannot seem to shake an exra 10 lbs.. It is all in my stomach area and i absolutely hate it- no matter how much i work out, i cannot seem to get rid of it. I was way skinner right after i had my second baby- ever since then, the 10 lbs crept in.
I do not have a period at all, which i love. I don't have any cramps or any other issues. Sex drive is low--- but i can deal with that.
I want to lose the extra weight.
If i decide to take it out, i am 45, so i would need to go back on the pill- how soon can i do that where it would be safe to not get pregnant? Will my body be totally out of sync too? what can i expect?
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