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514574 tn?1213883940

No Period After Mirena Removal

Hi!, After 3 months of using Mirena I got it removed (didn't like it at al)  April 18th, on the 20th I got what it seemed like a period that last 3 days, I have had unprotected sex a couple times since then. I have't got my period yet, I took 3 diferent ptest and they were all negative. Before Mirena I always had short cycles and was never late, during mirena no periods whatsoever. Could I be pregnant and test negative? Any other reason for the missing period?  Thank you!
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412969 tn?1224337848
sometimes on stuff like that its still in your system even months after taking it.
i was on depo and didnt get my period back untill a year later!
514574 tn?1213883940
Forgot to say that 2 weeks ago I had brownish spotting and was very crampy I thought it was AF  then I thought it was implantation bleeding. With my first pregnancy I tested positive 5 days before AF was expected. So I don't know what to think
268356 tn?1236006204
You could but not as likely as your body just being a bit out of sync. It usually takes 2-3 months to get back to the norm after coming off of mirena. It still has a low dose of hormones so it shouldn't take as long as the depo shot.
514574 tn?1213883940
That's what I am afraid of
514574 tn?1213883940
Thank you!
268356 tn?1236006204
I didn't test positive until I was a day late even with an early detection test. Don't fret too much, I would say it's just your hormones. The spotting is to be expected. I was told after coming off of birth control to expect it and if the spotting lasts more than a day then to consider it a period.
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