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Once the I.U.D is removed you can get pregnant any day.

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Your IUD may be coming out. Avoid unprotected sex until you confirm with your health care provider that the IUD is still in place.


Pregnancy with the IUD is unlikely, as is a period when pregnant. Taken together, it is very unusual to be pregnant with an IUD and still have your period.


No the IUD is in the uterus and the UTI in the bladder/urethra. It's two different organs.


It would have to be. The IUD is in your uterus, where the baby grows and lives in you for 9 months. Having the IUD in there could possibly damage or kill the baby.


You have been misinformed. There is no need to wait 90 days for intercourse after the IUD is removed.


The IUD does not change the effectiveness of a pregnancy test. YOu can test no sooner than ten days after the accident.


To change from the pill to the IUD, continue your pill until the day of the IUD insertion, plus seven more days.


You could get pregnant if you had unprotected sex in the five days before you had the IUD removed (if it was a hormonal IUD like Liletta, Mirena, or Skyla) or in the first seven days of taking the pill.



Yes I have had several since the mirena was taken out


Pregnancy on the IUD is unlikely. Getting pregnant during your period is also unlikely. Taken together -- it's possible to get pregnant during your period on the IUD, but it would be a huge shock.


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.


With the Paragard IUD, you may have spotting for a few days after insertion. With the hormonal IUD, you may have spotting or irregular bleeding for a few weeks or months. This side effect improves with time.


An IUD or intrauterine device halts pregnancy. It works by making the womb hostile to the implantation of an already fertilized egg. IUDs using progestin also thin the lining of the uterus further lowering the chances of a conceived baby implanting in the wall of the womb. Simply removing the IUD will promote pregnancy.


No. Amoxicillin will not interact poorly with the Mirena IUD. There are medications that should not be taken, so be sure to tell a doctor about the IUD before getting a prescription.


If your IUD comes out, consider using emergency contraception if you've had sex in the last five days. Contact your health care provider to discuss insertion of a new IUD or changing to a different method.


This is not uncommon with the hormone secreting IUD, especially in the the first few months. If your period is 7 days late get a pregnancy test.


Some women will have irregular or prolonged bleeding when first starting the IUD. This symptom improves with time.


Normally it is inserted during or just after menstruation, but it can be taken out any time.


I had my IUD removed and didn't have any symptoms. My body was back to normal right away. But I had the copper IUD without hormones. If you have the Mirena with hormones, you would have the same symptoms as anyone stopping the use of the pill.


To switch from the IUD to the birth control pill, start taking the pill seven days before IUD removal if possible. Otherwise, start the pill the day of IUD removal and use a backup method of birth control for the first seven days. (The exception: if you get Paragard removed and start the pill during the first five days of your period, no backup is necessary. That doesn't work with the hormonal IUDs, though.)


Yes. The IUD is effective when it's in the right place, at the top of the uterus. If it comes partially or completely out of the uterus, you can get pregnant.


I got an uterus ultrasound 3 days after I had the Skyla put in. The doctor showed me that only one side of the "wings" for the IUD deployed. Has anyone else ever had this happen? Will it deploy after more time? I just need answers because my gynecologist doesn't know what this means.


You should never remove your own IUD. You should seek a doctor immediately to test to see if you are pregnant and have your IUD or a new IUD inserted. Removal of an IUD can almost immediately leave you prone to pregnancy.



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