1530342 tn?1405016490

Pregnancy after Mirena

Hello all. my name is Ola and I'm new to this group. (so forgive me ahead of time if my question(s) are repeats. I've been lurking around this site for a few weeks and today decided to join. My question tonight is, I removed my mirena on Oct 5th. It was a day after AF visited so I wasn't expecting her to visit til Nov. Now my husband and I have been actively TTC since I removed the mirena. As scheduled AF showed up on Nov 2nd. it was normal nothing special everything kosher. Once she left we proceeded to TTC. To my surprise AF came back on Nov 27th Normal with the exception of her being her 5 days early. So after using an ov calculator to pin point my ovulation we again started TTC right away. My first day was 11/8 so we did two days prior and on the day of. Has anyone experienced 2 AF's in one month? If so could that be a sign of preg or a sign of my body going back to normal? Also what are your opinions on my chances of being preg now. Thanks in advance
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562217 tn?1302636669
Hello.....I had mirena removed in march and I also experienced 2 periods in one month......I think its just our bodies getting back to normal...
1530342 tn?1405016490
Thanks for responding. At least I know it's not just me. After the month you had 2 periods in one, has it ever happened again?
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