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441987 tn?1206320634

no period after mirean romoval

i have a question .....  i got my mirena removed jan 22  started period or what look like period jan 23 lasted 5-7 days and havent had anything else since then no bleeding just pms sysptoms.  took two pregnancy test bothe neg. but could i still be pregant or is that normal after the removal?  please help me out here
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160254 tn?1270996478
I had my mirena removed on November 14th, had a period on the 23rd and a positive pregnancy test on December 19th!  I am now 15 weeks.  I would say there is a very good chance you could be pregnant.  What were your cycles like before you had it removed?  Good luck!
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441987 tn?1206320634
regular cycles. i could exxpect it each month on the same day. then i got the mirena and i only had the mirena 5 months after the 3rd month didt have a period.  i have taken at least 3 preg test all negative
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160254 tn?1270996478
That's weird I was breastfeeding for most of the time I was on the mirena.  Had it insterted in June and didn't have a period until the following October when I stopped breastfeeding.  It was really nice.  My cycles were long before it and then the one I had afterwards was only 23 days.  I know my doctor said it shouldn't effect me at all when they removed it, so I would all yours if you are getting negative pregnancy tests.  Let me know what happens.  

Did you like the mirena?  I don't know if I will have another baby so I am thinking I will do it again, but it was SO painful to put in.
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441987 tn?1206320634
i liked it . it wasnt painful at all to put in for me.  i talked to a doctor and they said if i still havent had a period in bout 2 months then c ome in so i dont kno  i keep neg preg test .
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