Thats what i have heard but are you suppose to start your period at all.....i mean i had some spotting 6 days after my iud removal, thats all idk what that means... me and my bf started trying the night i got it removed.... but i took a test on v-day and negative so could i be pregnant..... still....
It could of been too early to test. I also took tests (once a week) to check if I was pregnant amd they all came back negative until I was about 6-7 weeks pregnant. I also never reallu had a full period just light spotting but I also never had one on mirena. Be patient...keep trying...and test again.
I had my Mirena taken out on May 11th and didn't get my first period until June 30th so it can definitely take a while and yes you can get pregnant without a period - if you ovulate which is a definite possibility. It's such a tricky thing waiting for your first period after Mirena because the body is all out of whack and getting used to regulating itself again. I've read several posts where people have mentioned it might take up to 3 months to get your cycle back so its definitely a waiting game.
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