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Can you ovulate without having a period since the removal of Mirena?

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2015-08-15 12:37:58
2015-08-15 12:37:58

Yes, after Mirena is removed, you will ovulate about 14 days before you have your first period.

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no you have to ovulate to get pregnant.


If you are not having any problems or symptoms, there is no need to get your Mirena checked.


Yes, Mirena does not affect the risk of infertility, miscarriage, or birth defects. There is no change in the probability of having a healthy child due to using Mirena.


Yes, you can still ovulate while having an IUD in place.


where do the eggs goIf you get a total hysterectomy, the removal of the uterus including the cervix, you can still ovulate because the ovaries and fallopian tubes are still there. The eggs would just be reabsorbed into the body. If an oophorectomy is done, then you will not ovulate because the ovaries have been removed.READ A DIFFERENT ANSWER BY SLIPPERYSLOPE.See the answer to the question: Can you still have cramps years after having a hysterectomy? at the top of this page.



By having sexual intercourse when you ovulate.


It depends on the IUD. The Mirena releases hormones, so upon removal and depending how long in has been in place, it could take some time to conceive, just like the pill. The Copper-T, or ParaGuard IUD, does not rely on hormones to prevent pregnancy. Apparently, copper interferes with the sperms' motility (ability to swim) and creates a "hostile" environment. Since a ParaGuard does not involve hormones, one's ovulation is never interfered with. I am not a health practitioner, but have had a ParaGuard for nearly 8 years and have had an extremely regular cycle and ovulate every month. A dear friend of mine has the Mirena and has actually stopped menstruating after a year of use due to the hormones.


Yes, a lot of women don't cramp. Ovulation is different from a period by the way, and at a different time.


Yes. when they first start many girls have a period without ovulating and may also ovulate without having a period. Also when approaching menopause the same occurs. Some women do not seem to ovulate all the time during the intervening years also but they would probably have irregular periods.


You can ovulate anytime when having irregular periods. To check when you ovulate when you are irregular the best way is to check your cervical mucus throughout your cycle.i dont know what to do


This is a tricky question to answer because your period can only come after you have ovulated. So, if you have not been having your period and are not pregnant then you are not ovulating. BUT ovulation could start at any time, with a period following two weeks later. For example, some women do not ovulate (thus stop getting periods) when they are stressed. When the stress lessens the body may then allow them to ovulate, and they will get a period. If you ovulate and do not get pregnant then you must get your period, however you can also get your period without having ovulated.


If you have tried without succeeding for 18 months (12 months if you are 35 and up) you should see a doctor so they can tell where the problem is. Focus on having sex when you ovulate.


I had the mirena put in shortly after having my second child, and my doctor told me it would start working right away. That's exactly what it did until the day I had it taken out.



Just had the LEEP surgery... They had to take out the Mirena because of the string...Now I have to pay over 800 just to get a new IUD put in.


Not having a period with a hormonal IUD like Liletta, Mirena, or Skyla is safe. Like all hormonal methods, these hormonal IUDs decrease menstrual bleeding and thus decrease the risk of endometrial cancer and Mirena. Not having a period with the copper IUD (Paragard) may be a sign of pregnancy and should be checked out.


If you're having cramping with Mirena, you should use a backup method until you can get the position checked by your health care provider. If all is well, you can talk with your provider about options.


No. If you are not ovulating, you will not experience a period. A period only occurs after you have ovulated and the egg was not fertilised. Hello. This is difficult to say. Some women with very irregular cycles ovulate every month while others ovulate spontaneously. The only way to tell if you are ovulating is by having a ovulation blood test at your doctors and by buying ovulation predictor kits.


There is a little cramping when having the IUD removed. It is the same type of cramping as the insertion, but much briefer.


There is no minimum age of having the Mirena IUD removed. Women have it removed when they are seeking pregnancy, when they no longer need it (e.g. menopause), or when they have had it in for five years and need a new IUD or new method.


I am sorry to hear that you are having a bad time with the Mirena. I too had the Mirena and experienced the same issues as yourself over an 8 month period. It turned out that I had several oversized Fibroids and the Mirena did not help with the stemming of heavy bleeding. I had my Mirena removed and subsequently the Fibroids - best thing I ever did. I know they say it can work instantly or may take a couple of months, but it depends on how long you want to continue with things they way they are. Good luck with which ever dicision you make.


this is my 2nd time having mirena and both times ive lost my appetitie. so much so that in 1 week i lost about 10 pounds. i try to force myself to eat but i get so sick. so yes i have and STILL am expereincing this.Actually it is normal to lose appetite oftentimes when you are using mirena iud, it is the effect of the hormones.


Yes. Smoking: Blood clots are the risk with estrogen based hormone treatments, like the Pill. Mirena uses Progesterone, which will not greatly increase the risk of clots, being a different hormone in a small amount. S


Most women with Mirena experience lack of periods, but not all do. See your health care provider to rule out any other cause of bleeding, such as partial expulsion or infection.



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