Mirena IUD out TTC & Miscarrage(miscarriage) *Can anyone relate*
This is my story in a short version ( Keep in mind i have had no period for 4 years )
Monday March 12, 2012 Drs office visit to take out IUD. They couldnt get it out
March 14, 2012 IUD MIRENA surgically removed
March 15-18 spotting & bleeding from removal
April 17, 2012 Started 1st period in 4 years
May 17, 2012 NO PERIOD
May17th 18th 19th test all Pregnant
Monday Morning May 21 Not Pregnant so then I went to the doctors and had bloodwork done my HCG was 9 .
Monday Night May 21 Pregnant
Tuesday Morning May 22 Not Pregnant
Wednesday May 23 I went to the doctors and had bloodwork done again my HCG was below 5.
Wed May 23 - Friday May 25 Bleeding
So has anyone else had this happen or similar? please shear personal expierences. Can we try again asap or wait or what do you think?
I'm not sure it makes a difference, but what about the removal process? Could that have made a difference? I know my OB wanted me to wait 2-3 cycles after getting off BC to try for the reason he didn't want it to end in miscarriage. I was on the pill, I didn't have an IUD, so it's definitely something to ask your doctor about!
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