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pregnancy after mirena

I had my mirena removed 7/18 . I had it for 4 years and had periods along the way. Had removal spotting for about 3 days and then my first period 8/19. I bought a ovulation kit and it said I ovulated 8/27 and I had sex. And then it said I also ovulated 8/31 and then I had sex again. I took the ovulation test again 8/1 and it said that I am not ovulating. Am I pregnant? or when should I take a test?
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You should take a test
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I just bought one (clear blue) and a error symbol came up. I guess I did it wrong but I am going to planned parenthood tomorrow for a walk in pregnancy test
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I got pregnant 2 weeks after having my iud removed. I had it in for 5 years. I thought I had started my period one day but it only lasted 1 day so three days later I took a test and it was positive my baby is now 9 months old so it's very possible. I'd take a pg test
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I agree with the previous posts...I would retest or go to a doctor.

Good luck! :)
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Let me know how it goes, I had mine removed 8/21. My body just seems so out of wack now!
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I had a mirena for only about four months and I got pregnant two month after I got off, but I had two back to back miscarriages . The doctor says it was probably because of the mirena .
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