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Mirena IUD out TTC & Miscarrage *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?
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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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I had the mirena moved this time last year. I had it in for 3 years. I'm now 6 months pregnant. Guess everyone is different. That's why I'm scared to get it again.
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