Hi! Lucky you to have such a faithful system!
If the manufacturers of the IUD are correct, (in my experience they have been) you should be getting a period within 4-6 weeks after removal. Having it removed should not interfere with ovulation, so if you don't get your period on schedule, first thing to check is a pregnancy test.
i woke up this morning and my period was gone. yesterday it was heavy. i went to be and woke up to nothing. can this be considered a regular period or can i be expecting another one. my period usually lasts 4-5 days before having the iud inserted. i haven't really had a period since i think may so i don't know.
i ordered ovulation tests online. when do you think i should start checking to see if i'm ovulating?
I had my IUD in for 4 yrs and just had it removed in May. I got pregnant the very next month in June. I know that everyone's body reacts differently but my ovulation was definitely not thrown off. However, I still got my period like clockwork each month with the IUD.
I had my IUD for a year. I just got it out on July 24th of this year because it was causing some very menacing symptoms.
I had a period pretty much right after I had it removed and the next month I didn't have one. Then I had one in September and in October I didn't have one but I am now 8 weeks pregnant.
My periods have always been regular - if not, I had too many a month. So, I think the IUD did throw mine off a little.
I've had the merina in for 9years I have a 12yr old son already and want another child, I had my coil out on the 30th december and tonight a white grape sized thing came out of my vagina with a touch of blood in it!
? I'm worried!
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