Hey Ladies, I've read thru all 4 pages of ya'lls posts. I wish each of you the best in your situations. I got my Mirena in Aug 2012 (I've had 2 children already), I thought the Mirena would be great cuz it lasts 5 yrs and cuz there was pretty much 0% risk of getting preg on it...well so I thought, then I have read all this, so I dunno. Well I am thinking that I might be pregnant. I started having very sharp pains in my uterus about 10 days ago..it was aweful! I get ovarian cysts a lot but I know it is not coming from that for sure, this is differnt and very defiently in my uterus, The pain has subsided but does still come and go off and on. I can press on my uterus and it feels "firm" just as it did with both of my other pregnancies early on. Now a few times this past week I hahve woken up with nausea, but no vomiting. And I've been having to pee all the time for like 2-3 weeks now. And today I have been nauseated allllllll day long I am getting to where I will feel hungry but nothing looks or sounds good then when I do find something I want, when I cook it, it smells aweful and things I loved now don't seem to taste right. And I've noticed I've been a lil more emoitonal than normally. I am wondering IF I could be preg or not, I have taken 2 home preg tests already... took them a week apart...both were negative. I dont have insurance or money to go to the dr right now but I need to get the blood test I think. I am wondering if the Mirena can give a flase negative while it is still in u, a nurse told me that its highly likely that a preg test at home would say no even if I was since the IUD is still inside me. Just praying IF I am that the baby will be fine and I can carry to term without any problems. To you girls who ARE for sure preggo, how and when did u find out a positive result? (HPT or Blood test..how far along ect) any help is greatly appreciated!!!
Oh and, when I go to feel for my strings to the IUD I can barely feel them now, they was a lot longer then they seem to be now...its weird...??
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