Yes, it is as safe to get pregnant after IUD removal as it is to get pregnant before IUD insertion.
Fertility returns to your baseline after removal of the IUD. Whether it's easy to get pregnant after removal depends on your fertility, not the IUD.
There is an approximately 30% chance of a miscarriage after removal of an IUD in a pregnant patient.
It's not likely that the IUD removal affected your fertility.
Pap smears do not change the chances of getting pregnant.
It is possible to become pregnant immediately after removal of an IUD. Even with mirena coils which contain small amounts of progesterone, the contraceptive won't work as soon as the IUD is removed. Once your IUD is removed you can become pregnant immediately, it has no residual contraceptive effect. 85% of couples will get pregnant within the year, just as the rate if no IUD had been used.
You become pregnant.
The symptoms of pregnancy are the same for a woman who had the IUD removed as they are for a woman who never used the IUD: absent period, fatigue, breast tenderness, nausea, frequent urination. Take a pregnancy test to see if you're pregnant.
No, there's no special super-fertile period of time after removing the IUD.
I had the mirena iud for 5 years.... two weeks after removal i got a normal period, and then became pregnant with twins. There are twins in my family, so im not sure if the mirena removal is what caused the twins but it is certainly suspect.
Code the IUD removal CPT with a -53 modifier.
You can conceive immediately after IUD removal. No special wait time is needed.